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More congratulations

06 May 2016

Mac & Ana in the top 5

Congratulations to Mac & Ana who have their articles in the top 5 for contributions from Stellenbosch University to The Conversation - Africa: and it only seems like a few weeks ago they were published!

Congratulations too to The Conversation - a stunning effort in your first year.

Read Mac's article here

Read Ana's article here

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Talks at AIMS

04 May 2016

Gio & John give talks at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences during a week long meeting on mathematics in invasion biology and disease.

Gio in the dark talking about his toad Individual Based Model

John explains what's cool about aSECR

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Invasive crayfish

29 April 2016

Ana's crayfish make a splash...

There are no freshwater crayfish indigenous to South Africa, but failed aquaculture schemes have resulted in the escape of crayfish into several catchments in South Africa's northeastern provinces. Now some of these have been introduced to Zambia and are threatening the Okavango Delta. Read more about this in an article recently published in The Conversation

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A baby girl for Mac

28 April 2016

A beautiful baby girl!

Congratulations to Mac and Dumi on the birth of their beautiful daughter.

We are so pleased that a farewell party turned into the start of a new life 9 months on!

Will she be a frogger?

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So what do we know about soil fauna?

14 April 2016

South Africa's mega-diverse soil community - reviewed!

In an amazing paper, Charlene Janion and colleagues (including MeaseyLab's Siviwe Lamani) have produced a synthesis on what is known about the massive diversity of South Africa's soil community. 

This paper is truely a landmark piece, and will act as a resource for years to come!

Find the full text here

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