International links help to overcome years of isolation

Cherry, Michael
November 1996
Nature;11/7/1996, Vol. 384 Issue 6604, p15
Academic Journal
Discusses the effect of restored international contact upon scientific research in South Africa. The ending of isolation following the abolition of apartheid; The large numbers of scientists that are coming to South Africa; A number of bilateral co-operative agreements with other countries; The targeting of South Africa by Britain's Wellcome Trust.


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