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2015/01/24 02:05
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Perth neuroscientist Lyn Beazley is a national finalist for Australian of the Year. "Hi, we miss you", "Please pay your phone bill" and "Enjoy 70 per cent off clothes" are the kind of emails one...
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2015/01/23 11:35
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Dr Cynthia Chiang, based at the University of KwaZulu-Natals Astrophysics and Cosmology Research Unit, was part of the international collaboration involved in the launch of Spider. Durban – Faced...
2015/01/23 11:34
2015/01/23 11:34
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INDEPENDENT MEDIADemocratic Alliance MP James Selfe File photo: Damaris Helwig Johannesburg - The DA plans to submit a private members' bill to Parliament to nullify the National Key Points Act...
2015/01/23 08:03
2015/01/23 08:03
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Johannesburg - The Waterkloof Airforce base, where 200 guests of the Gupta family landed in a chartered plane for a wedding in 2013, is not a national key point. No other military base appeared on...
2015/01/22 09:29
2015/01/22 09:29
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Linda Nordling dusts off her crystal ball to present key science issues that should impact development in 2015. Let me dare say this at the top: Ebola won't go away as an issue. It might be beaten in...
2015/01/21 21:42
2015/01/21 21:42
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Researchers from the Cosmology Science Working Group of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) have worked out how to use the world's largest telescope for the task. "The team has produced an exciting...
2015/01/20 08:34
2015/01/20 08:34
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APFlags hang on the roof of the Congress Hall were the World Economic Forum will take place in Davos, Switzerland. Africa will put forward its case for an integral place in the global economy at the...
2015/01/19 17:15
2015/01/19 17:15
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In the coming decades, humans will, for the first time, have comprehensive maps of the universe, says Roy Maartens, professor and research chair in cosmology at the University of the Western...
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2015/01/19 11:05
2015/01/19 11:05
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... we miss you', 'Please pay your phone bill' and 'Enjoy 70 per cent off clothes' are the kind of emails one might expect to receive while on holiday. So when neuroscientist Lyn Beazley logged into...
2015/01/15 11:52
2015/01/15 11:52
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Let me dare say this at the top: Ebola won't go away as an issue. It might be beaten in West Africa, but the research and health aftermath will keep us busy for some time. The haemorrhagic fever...
2015/01/15 05:15
2015/01/15 05:15
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... Earth is a very small stage in a vast cosmic arena,” wrote the astronomer Carl Sagan. “Think of the rivers of blood spilled by all those generals and emperors, so that, in glory and triumph, they...
2015/01/09 15:21
2015/01/09 15:21
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Africa's mission to the MOON revealed: $150,000 project aims to land a probe - but will it ever get off the ground? Africa2Moon has raised £8,600 ($13,000) of its £99,000 ($150,000) target Aim is to...
2015/01/09 05:15
2015/01/09 05:15
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Dust rises from the tyres of a brimming trailer as a bakkie trundles slowly over dry farm roads in the Northern Cape. Antennae and receivers are strapped into the trailer and catch the still hot...
2015/01/05 07:38
2015/01/05 07:38
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Groningen University has set up an annex in Drenthe province where students can follow a masters’ degree course in ‘advanced instrumentation’, the Volkskrant reports on Monday. The university already...
2015/01/02 05:15
2015/01/02 05:15
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NEWS ANALYSIS Will 2015 be the year Africa confronts its twin demons of this decade: terrorism and Ebola? Citizens have been first in line to fall victim to the indiscriminate attacks and the deadly...
2014/12/30 11:32
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AN ELECTRONICS firm on the Isle of Wight, whose technology has been used in the fight against terrorism, has won a top industry award. RFEL, based at St Cross Business Park, was awarded Design Team...
2015/01/24 02:05
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