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
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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