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Research outputs: SCIENCE
The objective of this study is to give an overview of public perceptions on various aspects of nuclear technology and energy in South Africa...Download this report
The Department of Science and Technology (DST) released a draft Science Engagement Framework for comment. But before embarking on a science ...
This paper examines the relationship between attitudes to learning science and science achievement in South Africa. TIMSS 2011 science achie...
In a global environment characterised by the growing role of science and technology in our economic, social, and political lives, an interna...