Quest Volume 12 Number 3 2016
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Contents: Cracking chemistry’s toughest bonds by Bronwyn White - Making electricity from waste water by Jennifer Couperthwaite - Algae driving our bioeconomy by Sarah Jones - Living with mosquitoes: a necessary evil? by Rajesh Sharma - Finding galaxies: Quest investigates - It’s not enough to test for HIV and treat it – social factors matter too by Deenan Pillay - How Africa is helping expand the global antimalarial drug pipeline by Kelly Chibale - How tiny black spots shed light on part of the Homo naledi mystery by Francis Thackeray - The NRF Awards Quest reports - Science for sustainable development by Jan Smit, Vincentia Mbaba and Lorenzo Raynard - Sex life of the world’s biggest bird - New book shows how watching dragonflies can help to monitor South Africa’s water - Zoning the ocean - Healing plants - Student’s year-long study on Marion Island reveals new penguin behaviour - Water and enviro consultancy wins top science award - Mathematics puzzle