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June 22, 2016 / by Kate Davies /

The importance of images in chemistry

While there are many tangible chemical properties, the underlying reasons for these macroscopic properties can be abstract. Understanding requires a knowledge of what is going on at a level that is impossible to see with the naked eye. Subtle differences can meaningfully impact the properties of materials we use every day.

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April 25, 2016 / by Megan Beckett /

Soweto Science Centre workshop

We are excited to have kicked off a new partnership with the Soweto Science Centre to integrate the use of Siyavula Practice into their after school support and tutoring programme for learners from Soweto and the surrounding regions.

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March 31, 2016 / by Eric Gulbis /

Properties of a maths question

A new group of algebra questions has just been added to Siyavula Practice for Chapter 8 in Grade 9. This group covers an important set of knowledge and skills - simplifying expressions which include a product of two binomials. And it spans substantial complexity.

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