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Unbox the festive season
Unbox the festive season

Festive goodwill is part and parcel of the holiday season and we're wrapping up our year with a hamper of promotional goodies...

2 days ago

Explaining that vaccines do not cause autism and have few side effects does not seem to matter to those who oppose vaccination. Numstocker/Shutterstock.com
Countering misinformation about flu vaccine is harder than it seems

Many Americans hold beliefs about the flu vaccine that are at odds with the best available scientific evidence...

By Matthew Motta and Dominik Stecula 2 days ago

UCT student receives L'Oréal-Unesco doctoral fellowship

At the L'Oreal-Unesco For Women in Science programme ceremony, UCT PhD candidate Lerato Hlaka received one of only 12 PhD fellowships given to young female scientists from across Africa this year...

2 days ago

Imperial Logistics joins global campaign to fight the threat of fake medicines

Monday, 3 December to Friday, 7 December 2018 is Fight the Fakes week which aims to raise awareness about the dangers of fake medicine and gives a voice to those who have been impacted...

Issued by Imperial Logistics 2 days ago

BizTrendsLIVE! January 2019 speaker line up

Bizcommunity invites you to join us as four 'Afro-futurists', all published authors, all experienced global keynote speakers and trend consultants, impart their knowledge in one intensive morning session...

Issued by Bizcommunity.com 3 days ago

South Africa's children aren't getting the mental health care they need

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has received increased scientific, clinical and public attention over the past few decades...

By Renata Schoeman 3 days ago

Osseointegration gives amputees more freedom

In a first for South Africa, a 28-year-old patient with a previous trans-femoral amputation has received a successful osseointegration prosthetic limb implant...

3 days ago

Can patents help regulate future experimentation with designer babies?

Jiankui He, an associate professor of bioengineering who is currently on leave from Southern University of Science and Technology, in Shenzhen, China, has claimed to be the first to successfully bring to life two genetically-edited twin girls, Lulu and Nana. The objective was to prevent the twin baby girls from acquiring HIV infection by modifying their genes...

By Daniel Mak 5 Dec 2018

One test to diagnose them all: researchers exploit cancers' unique DNA signature

Researchers have developed a test that could be used to diagnose all cancers. It is based on a unique DNA signature that appears to be common across cancer types...

By Abu Sina, Laura Carrascosa & Matt Trau 5 Dec 2018

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