July 2015
Contents / home
Special award for Limpopo learner
National Science Olympiad Awards
Youth Science Focus Week
Showing career opportunities to girls
Africa Code Week
FameLab International Competition
My FameLab experience
Debates winners off to New York
Finding solutions to energy problems
Centenary of Proxima Centauri
Meet SAASTA's Gao Tiro
Refocusing our lens on our youth
Science on a research vessel
Partnership to conserve water
Managing freshwater resources
Rhodes and SAIAB promote science
In the news
Upcoming events
It's a fact!

Opinion poll

New technology allows scientists to edit virtually any gene they target. Scientists in China recently reported carrying out the first experiment using gene-editing to alter the DNA of human embryos.

Should scientists be allowed to use gene-editing to alter the DNA of human embryos?

ONLY to a certain extent

Current results

Results of the previous opinion poll

South Africa is making full use of its available resources to move into the green technology era

YES (5%)

NO (84%)

ONLY to a certain extent (11%)