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Videogame review: Battlefield Hardline

Michael Thomsen thrills to a break in tradition with the first of the Battlefield series to eschew global warfare for procedural drama.

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Shining a light on dark matter

Studying a myriad cosmic collisions between galaxy clusters, give scientists a better understanding of unseen parallel universe

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Hospital bed will give patients and staff a lift

Groote Schuur nurses’ workload eased as ne of the world’s most advanced electric beds is donated to the hospital

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Videogame review: Battlefield Hardlin ...

Michael Thomsen thrills to a break in tradition with the first of the Battlefield series to eschew global warfare for procedural drama.

Shining a light on dark matter

Studying a myriad cosmic collisions between galaxy clusters, give scientists a better understanding of unseen parallel universe

Nasa’s groundbreaking twin tales

With one half of a pair of twins in space, scientists finally get to study just how our bodies are affected by our environment.

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Hospital bed will give patients and staff a lift
March 27 2015 at 15:48

Groote Schuur nurses’ workload eased as ne of the world’s most advanced electric beds is donated to the hospital

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Shining a light on dark matter
March 27 2015 at 15:29

Studying a myriad cosmic collisions between galaxy clusters, give scientists a better understanding of unseen parallel universe

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Videogame review: Battlefield Hardline
March 27 2015 at 15:25

Michael Thomsen thrills to a break in tradition with the first of the Battlefield series to eschew global warfare for procedural drama.

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The myths about the internet’s colossus
March 27 2015 at 15:23

With expected revenue this year to top top $65 billion (R780bn), Google makes headlines seemingly every week – but is often misunderstood.

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The shapely side of recycling
March 27 2015 at 15:22

Researchers follow the paper trail to find out why we’re so fussed about the look of a thing.

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Reddit: where haters gotta hate
March 27 2015 at 15:26

Caitlin Dewey spent 48 hours inside the Internet’s ‘most toxic’ community – and came up for air with a sense of futility.

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New: the phone that will fix your face
March 27 2015 at 12:46

Samsung to launch a handset that comes with software that will automatically airbrush your selifes.

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Local Mars candidate scientist honoured
March 27 2015 at 11:47

KZN student who has her sights set on the Red Planet is named one of 15 promising young female scientists from around the world.

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Nasa’s groundbreaking twin tales
March 27 2015 at 11:51

With one half of a pair of twins in space, scientists finally get to study just how our bodies are affected by our environment.

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Something to bark about
March 27 2015 at 11:46

SA’s biggest tree, the karri gum – a native to Australia – can be seen at Boschendal

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