Quest Vol 19 No. 3 – Generation SPACE

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”.

Quest Vol 18 No 4 fresh off the press!

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 […]

Quest Vol. 16 No. 4 is now available!

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 […]

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Coming Up: Quest Vol. 16.1 (2020)

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).

Quest Volume 15.4

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!