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Tiger sharks need international protection

  Tiger sharks need international protection Tiger sharks roam huge distances across the Indo-Pacific, contributing to a single, large population, a study has found. The University of Queensland’s Dr Bonnie Holmes said sampling from tiger sharks (G. cuvier) at seven ...

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Modeling innovation

“We try to understand how the rules [for firms] should be written in a way that provides members incentives to do research and work hard, and doesn’t yield disproportionate power to an individual,” says economist Alessandro Bonatti. Photo: Bryce Vickmark ...

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Dazzling Spiral with an Active Heart

Dazzling galaxy Messier 77 ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) has captured a magnificent face-on view of the barred spiral galaxy Messier 77. The image does justice to the galaxy’s beauty, showcasing its glittering arms criss-crossed with dust lanes — but ...

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UCT students’ tutoring business takes off

Jean-Claude Carreno and Michel Amato’s tutoring business is helping high school pupils succeed in their studies and qualify for university. Photo: Robyn Walker   UCT students’ tutoring business takes off By: Chido Mbambe Two fourth-year chemical engineering students have created ...

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