• From hand holes to vent holes: what’s next in innovative horticultural packaging? 

      Opara, Umezuruike Linus (Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2011-02)
      Umezuruike Linus Opara was born on 1 July 1961 in a rural subsistence farming and hunting village, Umunam, in Imerienwe, Imo State, Nigeria, where he lived and obtained his primary and secondary education. He ...
    • Integrated approach to nutrient cycling monitoring 

      Scholes, M. C.; De Villiers, S.; Scholes, R. J.; Feig, G. (Academy of Science for South Africa, 2007)
      There are two issues of social importance in relation to nutrient cycling. The first is the depletion of nutrients in croplands and rangelands. The second is the overabundance of nutrients through the enhancement of inputs, ...
    • The meat we eat : are you game? 

      Hoffman, L. C. (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2007)
      Inaugural address delivered on 12 November 2007 by Prof LC Hoffman. The tourist industry in South Africa is a growing and lucrative one, based on the fact that visitors, normally from highly industrialised countries, are ...
    • Remote sensing : a window to/on our world? 

      Katsch, Christoph (Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2005)
      Inaugural address delivered by Christoph Kätsch on 15 November 2005. The relatively young scientific field of remote sensing deals with one of the oldest principles applied for orientation and evaluation of the surrounding ...
    • SAWISE and HERS-SA : raising the profile of women in science 

      Esler, K. J.; Shackleton, L.; Chinsamy-Turan, A. (Academy of Science for South Africa, 2006)
      [No abstract available]
    • Science and advocacy : the GM debate in South Africa 

      McGeoch, M. A.; Pringle, K. L. (Academy of Science for South Africa, 2005)
      SOUTH AFRICA HAS AN EFFECTIVE regulatory framework for transgenics, and its rate of adopting genetic modification technology is amongst the highest in the world. However, the ecological consequences of introducing genetically ...