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South Africa?s first in vitro conceived Holstein calves born The application of in vitro embrio production (IVEP) has recently led to the birth of South Africa’s first two Holstein calves.What makes this unique is the use of a supportive reproduction technique that is not commonly used in the dairy industry. (Complete English version to follow) Die versies, wat albei blakend...
Stellenbosch Forum Lecture: Prof Jacky Snoep (24 April) You are hereby invited to the third Stellenbosch Forum Lecture of the year. The Stellenbosch Forum lecture series was started in 1990 and provides regular opportunities to staff and students at SU, as well as interested people from the public, to learn more about the relevant, world-class research that is being done at...
Winemakers believe own experience is most important source of knowledge Own experience is the most important way of gaining knowledge, say winemakers. It plays a bigger role than the results received from wine laboratories and is rated even more important than formal training. This is the conclusion of Nelius Boshoff, researcher at the Centre of Research on Evaluation, Science and Technology...
Media statement ? red meat study Stellenbosch University (SU) received two requests under the Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA) to make detailed information available about the sources of the test subjects in an independent scientific study done by Stellenbosch University researchers. The aim of the study was to provide a snapshot of the level...