25 relations: Academy of Science of South Africa, Anteosauridae, Antoine Béchamp, Bluebuck, Boris Balinsky, Cerro Tuzgle, Clarence Van Riet Lowe, Cryogenian, Dosima, Eve's footprint, Friedel Sellschop, John Hewitt (herpetologist), Journal of Science, List of African studies journals, Little Ice Age, National Forensic DNA Database of South Africa, New Place, Open access in South Africa, Otavia, Science and technology in South Africa, Siphonaria compressa, South African Journal, Taung Child, William Macnae, 1620 Robben Island earthquake.
The Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) is the national science academy for that country.
Anteosauridae is an extinct family of large carnivorous dinocephalian therapsids that are known from the Middle Permian of Asia, Africa, and South America.These animals were by far the largest predators of the Permian period, with skulls reaching 80 cm in length in adult individuals, far larger than the biggest gorgonopsian.
Pierre Jacques Antoine Béchamp (October 16, 1816 – April 15, 1908) was a French scientist now best known for breakthroughs in applied organic chemistry and for a bitter rivalry with Louis Pasteur.
The bluebuck (Afrikaans: bloubok) or blue antelope (Hippotragus leucophaeus) is an extinct species of antelope that lived in South Africa until around 1800.
Boris Ivan Balinsky (23 September 1905 Kyiv, Russian Empire – 1 September 1997, Johannesburg, South Africa) was a Ukrainian and South African biologist, embryologist, entomologist, professor of Kiev University and University of the Witwatersrand.
Cerro Tuzgle is a dormant stratovolcano in the Susques Department of Jujuy Province in Argentina.
Clarence Van Riet Lowe (4 November 1894 – 7 June 1956) was a South African civil engineer and archaeologist.
The Cryogenian (from Greek κρύος (krýos), meaning "cold" and γένεσις (génesis), meaning "birth") is a geologic period that lasted from.
Dosima fascicularis, the buoy barnacle, is "the most specialised pleustonic goose barnacle" species.
Eve's footprint is the popular name for a set of fossilized footprints discovered on the shore of Langebaan Lagoon, South Africa in 1995.
Jacques Pierre Friederich (Friedel) Sellschop (8 June 1930 – 4 August 2002) was a South African scientist and pioneer in the field of applied nuclear physics.
John Hewitt (23 December 1880 – 4 August 1961) was a South African zoologist and archaeologist of British origin.
Journal of Science may refer to.
This is a list of articles about academic journals related to the field of African Studies.
The Little Ice Age (LIA) was a period of cooling that occurred after the Medieval Warm Period.
The National Forensic DNA Database of South Africa (NFDD) is a national DNA database used in law enforcement in South Africa.
New Place was William Shakespeare's final place of residence in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Open access to scholarly communication in South Africa occurs online via journals, repositories, and a variety of other tools and platforms.
Otavia antiqua is an early sponge-like fossil found in Namibia in the Etosha National Park.
The first significant work in astronomy in South Africa was performed by Nicolas Louis de Lacaille between 1751 and 1753, culminating in the measurement of the arc of the southern meridian and a catalog of almost 10 000 southern stars, later published as Coelum Australe Stelliferum.
Siphonaria compressa is a species of small, air-breathing sea snail.
South African Journal may refer to.
The Taung Child (or Taung Baby) is the fossilised skull of a young Australopithecus africanus.
William Macnae, 1914-1975, was a South African zoologist and malacologist.
The 1620 Robben island earthquake is widely accepted as the oldest recorded earthquake in South African history.