From the Editor: It is becoming clear that we have indeed entered a new era of space exploration and innovation, both commercially and at the nation-state level. No surprise then, that many young people are dreaming of a career “amongst the stars”. After all, it is today’s youth who will be exploring the cosmos tomorrow. That is why we decided to create a special space- and astronomy focused edition of QUEST, with the theme “Generation SPACE”.
From the Editor: “Glass is literally all around us. Just have a look at the screen you are likely reading this on, at the watch that might be on your […]
From the Editor: “In total around 492 million people depend at least partially on smallscale fisheries for their livelihoods, and small-scale fishers produce an astounding 40% of the global fisheries […]
Editor’s Note Theme Light detection and ranging Lidar Lidar probes the atmosphere Shedding light on DVM Lidar in the coastal zone Capturing Kruger in 3D Bird’s eye view 3D scanning […]
Early warning systems (EWSs) are widely considered to be one of the most important mechanisms to prevent disasters around the globe. But as disasters continue to affect countries where EWSs […]
It is a hard reality that virtually all countries, no matter how well resourced, take conservation and land use decisions based on highly patchy and imperfect data – if indeed […]
New systematic review shows that early warning systems are effective in improving outcomes for pregnant women. Read more
We continue with circle geometry for grade(s) 10-12 on our Facebook page, join us from Monday to Friday from 10:00-12:00 at Quest: Science for South Africa.
The theme of the March-April 2020 issue will be ‘plant health’, as Quest joins the global community in celebrating the International Year of Plant Health (IYPH 2020).
In this issue: Protecting paralympians: Investigating injury and illness in paralympic athletes; A helping hand: Prosthetic hands developed at local universities; Tukkies for the hearing-impaired: University of Pretoria academics assist the deaf; Disability due to neuromuscular disease: Genomics research – Stephen Hawking profile; High-tech aids for the blind and visually impaired and more!