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Singularity University Summit comes to South Africa
Singularity University empowers the global community with the mindset, skill set and network to create an abundant future. For the first time in South Africa, leading-edge speakers from SingularityU will join South African leaders, change makers,entrepreneurs and innovators for an unforgettable experience on 23-24 August 2017 in Johannesburg. The summit will include three sessions on biotechnology and medical advances. Raymond McCauley will be speaking on how to hack the code of life using digital biology, while Dr Divya Chander, a neuroscientist, will be speaking about groundbreaking medical technologies, such as wearable neural devices and brain monitors. The medical fireside session will be in conversation with Dr. Ryan Noach, deputy CEO at Discovery Health....
4 Aug 2017 11:55
#NotAskingForAnything | Cipla Foundation SA
Our #NotAskingForAnything campaign is more than just a social media hashtag. It’s a heartfelt invitation for anyone – from regular, good-hearted people, all the way to big businesses and corporations – to join us in doing whatever we can for real people in need. We’re on the ground, offering medical care, safe learning spaces and even corrective surgery for kids with clefts, but we could do so much more together. We don’t want anything for ourselves. But we do want to make a real difference in the lives of others. Join us. We have a real chance to change the world for the better....
3 Nov 2016 14:32
Function of the upper limb in breast cancer survivors
A podcast by Dr Delva Shamley of the Centre for Clinical Research at UCT on upper limb rehabilitation post breast cancer.
8 Jul 2016 15:04
Clinic-in-a-Box wins MyWorld of Tomorrow innovation award
Resolve Capacity has won the Corporate Innovation Award at the 2015 MyWorld of Tomorrow SA Innovation Awards for its Clinic-in-a-Box, a turnkey infrastructural concept for the rapid deployment and commissioning of a clinic. These prefabricated structures can be erected within less than a day, and contain all the components required to deliver a total solution, packed and ready for delivery in 20 to 40 ft containers.
27 Oct 2015 11:24
DNA's security system described by researchers
In a new study appearing in the 9 October 2014 issue of the journal Cell, Yale researchers Brant Webster, Patrick Lusk, and colleagues describe a key quality control mechanism that protects new cells from inheriting defective NPCs.
14 Oct 2014 14:16
Stellenbosch University gets first X-ray microscopy scanner in Africa
X-ray computed tomography (CT), also called X-ray microscopy, is a non-destructive technique for visualising interior features within solid objects and for obtaining digital information on their 3-D geometries and properties. The first nanoCT scanner in Africa will be officially launched on 15 September 2014 at Stellenbosch University's Central Analytical Facilities.
16 Sep 2014 16:17
Ideas of how augmented reality might be used to support learning in dentistry
Dr Ben Roberts talks about how augmented reality might be used to support learning in dentistry.
19 Aug 2014 16:56
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