Research Update: How did the financial crisis and 4th Industrial Revolution get WEF to...

Background: It would seem as if two tectonic shifts, one in the somewhat bizarre world of global finance (post the Global Finance Crisis), and the...

EXPLORING THE HEARTBEAT OF A NATION THROUGH THE LENS OF BEHAVIOUR GROUPS

Johannesburg, Wednesday 01 July 2020 – Many shared beliefs of the nation are held across different racial, cultural, socio-economic groups. The South African nation’s diversity is...

SA, Korea in biotech partnership

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research has partnered with Korean state institution KRIBB to form the South Africa-Korea Biotechnology Research Centre.

SA gets first supercomputer

South African researchers will now have a better chance in their quest to find new knowledge and scientific applications, with the Centre for High Performance Computing giving them access to massive amounts of computing power.

Google research awards for SA duo

Two researchers from South Africa's Council for Scientific and Industrial Research have won Google Research Awards, together worth R1.2-million, for their work in human language technologies and wireless and mobile communication systems.

Researcher honoured for drought forecasting tool

16 August 2016 Mankind has always been subject to weather patterns. But imagine, if you will, being able to predict a drought – especially in...

HEARTBEAT OF A NATION: SOUTH AFRICAN BEHAVIOUR AND THE EVOLUTION OF NATIONAL IDENTITY IN...

Johannesburg, Thursday 11th March 2021 – Brand South Africa in collaboration with the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (DTIC), African Response and Mark...

SA joins FLOSSWorld project

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research and the University of the Western Cape are to participate in a global research project looking into the development and uptake of free/libre and open source software (FLOSS) in the developing world.