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Two young scientists working in South Africa have been invited to attend the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (#LiNo17).
The FemBioBiz Acceleration Programme is currently underway to develop leadership, technological and business skills in female-owned businesses.
mLab Southern Africa is continuing their partnership with the CSIR and the DST through a new initiative called reHealthAfrica.
Dr Stephanie Fanucchi was recognised for her innovative research in cancer and autoimmune diseases during the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards.
The NEPAD Southern Africa Network for Biosciences (SANBio), with support from the BioFISA II programme, have launched the FemBioBiz Acceleration Programme.
The CSIR has teamed up with UCT to establish the Biomedical Translational Research Initiative (BTRI), with the aim to improve cancer survival rates.
The CSIR biophotonics research team will be presenting nine papers on laser-based HIV point-of-care diagnostics at the SPIE West Conference this week.
The SAMRC and the CSIR have developed the UmbiFlow hand held device to assess blood flow in the umbilical cord of unborn babies.
MSQ Health and the CSIR are to develop and pilot technology that allows medical devices to be monitored and analysed through a cloud-based system.
Matthew Chetty will be part of an expert panel leading a two-part Interoperability Masterclass at eHealthALIVE2016.