Andrea Teagle

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    By Andrea Teagle On Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

    Balancing BRICS

    The BRICS summit in Durban last month stirred much positive discussion on how South Africa stands to benefit from this elite group. However, now that the excitement of the summit has died down a little, it may ... Read more »
    By Andrea Teagle On Friday, April 12th, 2013

    Dewani Mentally Fit for July Extradition Hearing

    The extradition hearing of Shrien Dewani in connection with his wife Anni Dewani’s murder is set to resume in July. This comes after the Westminster Magistrate’s court hearing in London heard yesterday that... Read more »
    By Andrea Teagle On Thursday, March 14th, 2013

    Signs of a Once Habitable Mars: Curiosity’s Landmark Findings

    If alien scientists land on Earth one day billions of years from now, when animals and humans have long since disappeared, what signs might they look for that once life may have existed here? Preserved organic ... Read more »
    By Andrea Teagle On Monday, March 11th, 2013

    Footprints in the Dust: My Camino de Santiago

    I walk a long road, dust swirling about my feet as they trace the footprints of thousands that have come before me. High on the peaks of the French Pyrenees, I move through purest whiteness. The silhouette of a... Read more »
    By Andrea Teagle On Saturday, March 9th, 2013

    Curiosity Resurrected the Cat – Scientists Contemplate Recreating Extinct Species

    Andrea Teagle – The Tasmanian Tiger has been extinct since 1930. Yet curious scientists may be on the brink of finding ways to see these and other extinct animals roam the earth again. A public Ted xConfe... Read more »