iThemba LABS Celebrates 30-years of Operating Separated Sector Cyclotron (SSC) that put SA among the Major Players in Nuclear Science and a Significant Producer of Radiopharmaceuticals
Writes Dr Molapo Qhobela
Professor Belinda Bozzoli got it wrong in her opinion piece, misleadingly titled New assault on academic excellence – research grants cut amid funding shortage. The piece disingenuously focused only on one funding instrument that is aimed at incentivising researchers and ignored the main instruments for funding research and human capacity development used by the National Research Foundation, says DR MOLAPO QHOBELA.
ADDRESS BY DR MOLAPO QHOBELA, NRF CEO, AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN RESEARCH AWARDS,
9 OCTOBER 2017
Celebrating and Enhancing Research Excellence
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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