Quest Volume 18 Number 2 2022
Please cite as: Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) (2022) Quest: Science for South Africa, 18(2). Available at: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11911/241
Getting the basics right: What are basic sciences and what do they mean for South Africa’s sustainability goals? - The science of stories, and the stories of science: ”Let me tell you a story...” - Bird is the word: The power of birding, birders and citizen science - Dung beetle guts!: A look at the critters that live inside other critters - Water services, South African law and your health: The role of science in legislation and service delivery - South African local, provincial and national government: A shared responsibility for adequate service delivery - Pushing the boundaries of SA wheat genetics: Genome sequencing for enhanced food security - The journey of a young science communicator: Building climate change resilience with the people, for the people - Air pollution in South Africa: Why are the WHO air quality guidelines important? - The “How to get ahead during and after school” series: Part 1 - South Africa: Are we making any progress?: Looking at our education goals and the National Development Plan - Space travel and the human immune system - Snowfall in the Sahara - What does it mean to be an environmental health campaigner? - Teacup artwork highlights environmental issues - Working to alleviate succulent poaching - Book Reviews: Africa’s digital future: From theory to action - Vision never dies - Call for articles - Subscription.