and research databases
HIV databases are produced by the US Division of AIDS of the
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
and contain data on HIV genetic sequences, immunological epitopes,
drug resistance-associated mutations, and vaccine trials.
National Research Foundations' NEXUS Database System consists
of a set of databases mainly related to the humanities and
social sciences through which it provides information on current
and completed research projects, research organisations, professional
associations, biographical information on researchers, periodical
submission requirements as well as on forthcoming conferences.
- OneSource: A unique new database from Johns Hopkins’ INFO Project
The Johns Hopkins INFO Project’s new OneSource database provides one-stop access to over 360,000 resources and six separate databases with a single mouse click or search term. OneSource users can quickly search for reports, articles, documents, posters and pamphlets, photos, web sites, Q&As and news articles through a single interface. An enhanced search and browse capability makes finding global family planning, reproductive health and population information faster and more simple than ever.
African Data Archive
The South African Data Archive (SADA) serves as a broker between
a range of data providers (e.g. statistical agencies, government
departments, opinion and market research companies and academic
institutions) and the research community.
African Network of Skills Abroad (SANSA)
your skills available to South Africa and search this NRF
database to find the right people in your field of expertise.
SANSA links skilled people living abroad who wish to make
a contribution to South Africa's economic and social development
and connects them with local experts and projects
database of women researchers in the social sciences and humanities
is one of the mechanisms whereby the NRF aims to increase
women researchers' access to agency funds, and stimulate collaboration
between women researchers and ultimately, enhance women's
contribution to the production and application of knowledge
in social sciences and humanities.