Two young scientists working in South Africa have been invited to attend the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting (#LiNo17).
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mLab Southern Africa is continuing their partnership with the CSIR and the DST through a new initiative called reHealthAfrica.
Moses Kebalepil has won first place at the international pitchfest for his innovative early warning system, Asthma Grid, that predicts an asthma attack.
Professor Darelle van Greunen talks about her work of supporting community healthcare workers (CHWs) with innovative mHealth apps.
SA’s existing demographic studies will expand to create a new project that will track the health, income and educational attainment of 500,000 citizens.
The DST and the Global Innovation Fund have signed a three-year partnership agreement to support innovations that deal with major health and social issues.
IBM Research has opened its second research location on the African continent and announced several new project collaborations in data driven healthcare.
A team of local researchers have developed a cloud-based HIV drug resistance testing platform, called Exatype, which runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
The economic impact of the proposed Cape Health Technology Park could be transformational with R1.57 billion contribution to the economy.
The Central University of Technology (CUT) has been awarded for advancing the use of 3D printing, or additive-manufacturing (AM) technology, in healthcare.
The UK-SA Newton Fund was launched this week in support of science, technology and innovation initiatives for socio-economic development.