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Wits University Jan 25
📹💀WATCH: There's no such thing as the "missing link". Wits Professor explains, why the South African fossil, Australopithecus sediba has been misinterpreted. Full video:
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Wits University Feb 4
: Today is World Cancer Day, it is an opportunity to rally and spread awareness to the international community to end the injustice of preventable suffering from cancer.
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Wits University Nov 28
😲 WATCH: Wits physicists researchers manipulate and arrange microscopic glass beads by trapping them in beams of light to spell the word WITS. Full story:
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Caryn McNamara Sep 17
READY!!! Very excited for this week in Hobart, Tasmania.
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Wits_News Feb 11
👩🏾‍🔬To all women scientists and researchers: Happy International Day of Women and Girls in Science!
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WitsRes Jan 23
RT Wits_News: 💡📚☀️🌩🌫🔥🌊🌬🏛
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Tell Oct 4
The need for organs for transplants is high and is presently unmatched by the availability of donor organs. Resulting in several deaths on the waiting lists.
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WitsRes Jan 23
RT Wits_News: With the Brainternet project🧠💻🌐 WitsUniversity, biomedical engineers are connecting a human brain to the internet in real time. 2: [MOBI READ]
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Wits University Nov 7
💀⚒️: Today marks the 5th anniversary of the . 🌍⭐️The expedition team discovered more than 1 550 fossil elements, the single largest fossil hominin find made on the continent of Africa.
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Tell Oct 4
It was a brave set of parents making a very difficult decision which has resulted in saving the life of their child and has opened up extensive new option for HIV Research in SA
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Bonnie Venter Oct 4
DGMC has made liver transplants a reality for all children - regardless of their financial situation. Great to see section 27 and 28 of the Constitution being realised
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Conversation Africa Oct 4
Doctors in South Africa performed a liver transplant from an HIV-positive donor to a HIV-negative recipient. Major ethical questions came into play
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AllJoBurg Oct 4
RT Wits_News: .WitsUniversity Transplant Unit announces success after ground-breaking HIV+ transplant 🎗️🔬😷🇿🇦 👀🖥️WATCH LIVE… via CityofJoburgZA
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Martin Schäfer Oct 24
Oldest-known human found in , ! I congratulate Professor Henshilwood, Dr van Niekerk, Dr Pollarolo and their team for their great discovery.
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Zanele Madiba Sep 14
Day 5 of and it's kicking off with Yvette Christianse's "Words on Water" speaking about "The Waiting Space: Reading the Register of Liberated Africans in the Seychelles" at WISER
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Bonnie Venter Oct 4
The question has been raised will HIV positive people be allowed to donate organs?
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Sinethemba File Oct 4
The doctors keep breaking new grounds.
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Wits_News Feb 6
What is your body craving? unpacks the growing struggle SA🇿🇦 youth face with eating disorders, unhealthy eating attitudes & body image issues, in cities and rural areas. 6:
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Lenore Manderson Sep 20
Sticker from Atul Bhalla ar the base of an office door. Part of Watershed
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Wits University Feb 14
👨🏾‍⚕️💟 : In 2017 Dr Nqoba Tsabedze was appointed as Academic Head of Division Cardiology in the Department of Internal Medicine in the School of Clinical Medicine at Wits. Read more:
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