Quest Volume 16 Number 3 2020

Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) ; Cowan, Don ; Pramlall, Sejal ; Labuschagne, Kim ; Bruton, Michael ; Joubert, Annie (2020)

Cite: Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf), (2020). Quest: Science for South Africa, 16(3). [Online] Available at: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11911/154

It’s freezing out there!: Quest explores the coldest places - Journey to the sea ice: Sejal Pramlall shares her experience in the Southern Ocean - Monitoring ice from space: Quest reports on remote sensing news - Microscopic life on the frozen continent: Don Cowan tells us about the terrestrial microbes of Antarctica - Frozen in time: a biological back-up of species: Kim Labuschagne explains how the SANBI biobank supports wildlife research and conservation - Freezing for pollution prevention: Using phase change for cleaner effluents and emissions - Our innovation nation: Mike Bruton shares some famous inventions from South Africa - Science, technology and innovation (STI): STI Indicators Report 2020 and STI takes on COVID-19 - Traditional medicine for COVID-19: Indigenous and introduced Artemisia is in demand, but is it effective? - Inspirational young women in science: These two young scientists started their studies at the University of Zululand - Who’s who in the prehistoric zoo: Quest reports on a webinar by palaeontologist Alberto Valenciano Vaquero - Cancer genomics: Annie Joubert explains how DNA technology is changing the face of cancer

Publisher: Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf)
Sponsorship: Department of Science and Innovation; Academy of Science of South Africa