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10 December 2015, 5:16pm
Data revolution in poverty fight lauded
Data revolution in poverty fight lauded
Gauteng

Opening up science to embrace the data revolution had huge potential for the development of African countries.

10 December 2015, 4:24pm
'Science a tool to achieve NDP goals'
'Science a tool to achieve NDP goals'
Gauteng

Science will play a mayor role in achieving the objective of the NDP, that seeks to eradicate poverty by 2030.

10 December 2015, 12:33pm
Inspiring women to be part of science world
Inspiring women to be part of science world
Science

Women in science are playing a crucial role in inspiring other women to become part of the science world.

10 December 2015, 10:32am
The car that‘s set to go 1600km/h
The car that‘s set to go 1600km/h
Science News

One of the displays at the Science Forum featured a model of the car which promises to be the fastest.

10 December 2015, 09:51am
Video: Women in science
Video: Women in science
Science

Lumka Msibi, a Denel Spaceteq Aeronautical Engineer, is young, dynamic and full of ideas to make sure Science changes the world.

10 December 2015, 09:04am
SA firm set to build unmanned plane
SA firm set to build unmanned plane
Science News

A SA company is planning to develop the first electric unmanned aircraft built on the continent and all for a good cause.

10 December 2015, 08:47am
Meteoric rise of youth, thanks to SKA
Meteoric rise of youth, thanks to SKA
Science News

The SKA project offers bursaries over a wide range of subjects and skill levels and several of these bursary holders are employed by SKA.

9 December 2015, 2:17pm
Video: New tech at Science Forum
Video: New tech at Science Forum
Science

The HySA Infrastructure team from North West University show us what they're working on.

9 December 2015, 12:18pm
Video: It's all hydrogen at Science Forum
Video: It's all hydrogen at Science Forum
Science

Ashton Swartbooi explains how water is used to create electricity.