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The role of theory and modeling in medical research
(Frontiers Media, 2013-12-19)
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5000 Construction of compact complex surfaces uniformized by the unit ball
(Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch UniversityUniversity of Bordeaux 1, 2013-12)
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On the physiology of jouissance : interpreting the mesolimbic dopaminergic reward functions from a psychoanalytic perspective
Jouissance is a Lacanian concept, infamous for being impervious to understanding and which expresses the paradoxical satisfaction that a subject may derive from his symptom. On the basis of Freud’s “experience of satisfaction” ...
Research support through the lens of transformation in academic libraries with reference to the case of Stellenbosch University Libraries
Changing higher education pedagogy, digitisation of scholarly content and the increasing influence of relevant technologies have impacted on the transformation of academic library services. This paper examines research ...
Did we captivate them? Perceptions of second-year students about the library's information literacy online tutorials
(University of South Africa, Unisa Press, 2013)
At Stellenbosch University the Department of Information Science is responsible for the mandatory Information Skills 172 and 174 programmes for fi rst-year students in four faculties. In 2009 the faculty librarians were ...
Making the link : the library's role in facilitating research collaboration
(Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2013-04)
Collaboration is emerging as an important factor in the advancement of science and scientific output. Paying heed to this development, libraries face the challenge of providing services to facilitate collaboration amongst ...
Stellenbosch University’s AOARI platforms : opening access to African scholarly content
(African Academy of Sciences, 2013-06)
In the current knowledge economy, Africa is relegated to the periphery of knowledge production as it is considered to be more of a ‘consumer’ of the world’s knowledge as opposed to a ‘producer’. There is sufficient ...
Tracking the cellulolytic activity of Clostridium thermocellum biofilms
(BioMed Central, 2013-11-29)
Background Microbial cellulose conversion by Clostridium thermocellum 27405 occurs predominantly through the activity of substrate-adherent bacteria organized in thin, primarily single cell-layered biofilms. The importance ...