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Research outputs: BIOTECHNOLOGY
A nationally representative survey of the South African public's perceptions of biotechnology provides new insights into the position of the...
The aim of this chapter is to acknowledge that while there are success stories about saving lives and innovating healthcare systems. The st...
2012 Channels of interaction in health biotechnology networks in South Africa: who benefits and how?
The promotion of university-industry linkages in developing countries is contested, given high levels of poverty, inequality and human deve...