Renowned HIV/AIDS researcher, Associate Professor in the School of Clinical Medicine at Wits, and NRF A-rated scientist, Professor Glenda Gray, has been named one of the world's Top 100 Influential People by Time magazine.
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19 April 2017
13 April 2017
What started out as a march on Washington, D.C., has grown into well over 400 marches in more than 35 countries on 22 April. Some international participants are worried about science under the Trump administration; others have local concerns; many feel that science and reason are under threat. Science's correspondents talked to marchers from 17 countries.
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The International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) is presenting the 40th Young Scientists Summer Programme (YSSP), held each year during June to August in Austria. Since 1977, the annual programme has offered research opportunities to talented young researchers. South Africa, through the NRF, is the adhering body and national member organisation to IIASA.
The NRF's International Relations and Cooperation (IRC) directorate has launched the 3rd edition of its newsletter, The Global Eye, which highlights the work completed and being undertaken by IRC under the guidance of its Executive Director, Dr Aldo Stro