Publication
Wingfield BD, Millar B. (2019) How the open access model hurts academics in poorer countries. The Conversation https://bit.ly/2Gn3skG
Fell S, De Beer ZW. (2019) The impact of the Polyphagous Shot Hole Borer on Pecan trees in South Africa. SA Pecan 82:11-13. https://bit.ly/2U2Nyj6 PDF
Slippers B, Alisic E. (2019) African science needs more leaders. Here’s how to develop them. The Conversation
De Beer ZW, Paap T. (2018) The spread of shothole borer beetles in South Africa is proving tough to control. The Conversation https://bit.ly/2Dl46ia
Wilson A. (2018) Sex: birds do it, bees do it - and fungi do it too. Here’s how, and why it matters. The Conversation bit.ly/2FRSdhH
De Beer ZW. (2018) A tiny beetle and its deadly fungus is threatening South Africa’s trees. The Conversation (27 February) http://bit.ly/2F0J2Ln PDF
Wingfield BD. (2018) People, funding and constant learning are key to creating research excellence. The Conversation (21 January) http://bit.ly/2DtrY3F PDF
Slippers B, Singh S. (2018) African mothers in science need more support. Providing it is actually easy. The Conversation (10 January) http://bit.ly/2Dp0cl5 PDF
Wingfield BD. (2017) South Africa can’t afford to see its universities pitch over the precipice. The Conversation (31 January) http://bit.ly/2ruUV9W PDF
Wingfield BD, Vaughan K. (2017) Money woes force South Africa to revisit how it rewards researchers. The Conversation (23 October) http://bit.ly/2lJtQgu PDF
Wingfield BD. (2017) The peer review system has flaws. But it’s still a barrier to bad science. The Conversation (20 September) http://bit.ly/2Du6Om1 PDF
Wingfield BD. (2017) What “decolonised education” should and shouldn’t mean. The Conversation (14 February) http://bit.ly/2llAK7J PDF
Slippers B. (2015) Plantations provide cover for lost trees but they are also under threat from pests. The Conversation (11 September) https://theconversation.com/plantations-provide-cover-for-lost-trees-but-they-are-also-under-threat- PDF
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