• Jurassic bipeds that could hop? perch? pounce? fly? 

      Van Dijk, D. Eduard (Academy of Science for South Africa, 2001)
      The description of the ichnogenus Molapopentapodiscus (Ellenberger, 1970) includes the presumption that forward progression was by bounding with feet together. That this genus, and other genera based on footprints or ...
    • Pliocene frogs from Langebaanweg, Western Cape Province, South Africa 

      Van Dijk, D. E. (Academy of Science for South Africa, 2003)
      THE VARSWATER FORMATION AT Langebaanweg, Western Cape Province, South Africa, is known particularly for its Late Miocene-Early Pliocene mammalian and abundant avian fossils. Amphibian bones from the site are, like the avian ...
    • Rating the NRF’s rating system 

      Cherry, Michael I.; Gibbons, Mark J. (Academy of Science of South Africa, 2007)
      No abstract available
    • Science to policy – reflections on the South African reality 

      Von der Heyden, Sophie; Lukey, Peter; Celliers, Louis; Prochazka, Kim; Lombard, Amanda T. (Academy of Science of South Africa, 2016)
      Research is a key resource in a knowledge economy and governance system. In order to enable research to benefit the nation and to contribute to growing the knowledge-based economy (the aims of the Global Change Grand ...
    • South African Environmental Observation Network : vision, design and status 

      Van Jaarsveld, A. S.; Pauw, J. C.; Mundree, S.; Mecenero, S.; Coetzee, B. W. T.; Alard, G. F. (Academy of Science for South Africa, 2007)
      The South African Environmental Observation Network (SAEON), which has its origins in the scientific community, has evolved significantly over the last five years. Core government support for this emerging initiative became ...
    • Spirited evolutionist Robert Broom and Stellenbosch revisited on a zoological centenary 

      Tobias, P. V. (Academy of Science for South Africa, 2005)
      The Department of Zoology at the University of Stellenbosch, of which I'm proud to be an honorary member, has had a long and illustrious history. Here I celebrate the memory of its foundation professor, a man 'sacredly ...