Publication
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) Promoting an environment of innovation: A university scientist’s view. South African Journal of Science 113(11/12):#a0240. 10.17159/sajs.2017/a0240
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 privileges and opportunities of a research sabbatical. South African Journal of Science 113(9/10):#a0234. 10.17159/sajs.2017/a0234
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. (2016) ASSAf and young scientists: Transforming the future of science in South Africa. South African Journal of Science 112:a0189. 10.17159/sajs.2016/a0189 PDF
Hulbert JM. (2016) Citizen science tools available for ecological research in South Africa. South African Journal of Science 112(5/6):1-2. 10.17159/sajs.2016/a0152
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
Strauss SH, Myburg AA. (2015) Plant scientists celebrate new woody plant genome. New Phytologist 206(4):1185-1187. 10.1111/nph.13053
Kemler M. (2015) Education: Botanists still need to tell plants apart. Nature 521(7550):32. 10.1038/521032d
Crous CJ. (2015) Develop energy from shale with local ecosystems in mind. South African Journal of Science 111(3/4) 10.17159/sajs.2015/a0101 PDF
Slippers B, Alisic E. (2015) Leadership training for African scientists. Nature 519:414. 10.1038/519414c
Slippers B, Vogel C, Fioramonti L. (2015) Opportunities for African research institutions. Chemical Technology March:3. PDF
Slippers B, Vogel C, Fioramonti L. (2015) Global trends and opportunities for development of African research universities. South African Journal of Science 111 10.17159/sajs.2015/a0093 PDF
Crous CJ. (2014) Judge research impact on a local scale. Nature 513(7516):7. 10.1038/513007a
Wingfield BD. (2014) The ABCs of an NRF rating. South African Journal of Science 110(7/8):1-2. 10.1590/sajs.2014/a0072 PDF
Wingfield BD. (2014) Using SNPs to find my roots. South African Journal of Science 110(1/2):a0046. 10.1590/sajs.2014/a0046 PDF
Bull CT, Coutinho TA, Denny TP, Firrao G, Fischer-Le Saux M, Li X, Saddler GS, Scortichini M, Stead DE, Takikawa Y. (2014) List of new names of plant pathogenic bacteria (2011-2012). Journal of Plant Pathology 96(2):223-226. 10.4454/JPP.V96I2.026 PDF
Slippers B. (2013) Young scientists: Public engagement should start early. Nature 498:299. 10.1038/498299d PDF
Slippers B. (2012) Small science: view from developing nations. Science 338(6109):882. 10.1126/science.338.6109.882-b PDF
Wingfield BD. (2012) How much time does it take to supervise a PhD student?. South African Journal of Science 108(11/12):1454. 10.4102/sajs.v108i11/12.1454 PDF
Slippers B. (2012) Young scientists reflect on how to effect real change for Rio+4. South African Journal of Science 6/7:1340. 10.4102/sajs.v108i7/8.1340 PDF
Wingfield MJ. (2011) One Fungus: One Name - a plant pathologist's view. IMA Fungus 2(2):39-40. PDF
Wingfield BD. (2011) Can we improve postgraduate degree throughput rates?. South African Journal of Science 107(11/12):967. 10.4102/sajs.v107i11/12.967 PDF
Wingfield BD. (2011) Juggling the demands of a career and motherhood: Perspectives of an academic in science. South African Journal of Science 107(9/10):865. 10.4102/sajs.v107i9/10.865 PDF
Slippers B, Majozi T, Nelwamondo FV, Steenkamp CM, Van Heerden E, Wright CY. (2011) Internet access constrains science development and training at South African universities. South African Journal of Science 107:1. 10.4102/sajs. v107i9/10.685 PDF
Wingfield BD. (2010) How long does it take to get a PhD?. South African Journal of Science 106(11/12):469. 10.4102/sajs.v106i11/12.469 PDF
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