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UCT PhD candidate Lena Gronbach has received three prestigious honours for Africademics, a scholarship platform she created to help her peers.
PhD researcher Chelsea Tucker’s modular, off-grid organic waste-to-fuel system put her among 10 Emerging Talent winners in the recent international Falling Walls Lab competition.
UCT’s new d-school on middle campus is installing a rooftop photovoltaic system that will pave the way for a bigger campus roll-out.
UCT’s Aircraft Fuel Tank Component Design team was recently awarded a silver medal by the Royal Aeronautical Society for their work in computational fluid dynamics.
Using 600-million-year-old volcanic meteorites, UCT scientist Geoffrey Howarth has published a new paper showing that the interior of Mars may be more chemically varied than once thought.
As South Africa remembers the tragic events of 15 and 16 October 1985, when forces of the apartheid government took the lives of five youths, and injured more, four members of the UCT community reflect on what happened 35 years ago.
Tuesday, 15 October 1985. A joint task force, organised by the National Joint Operational Centre (JOC), sent a decoy truck into Athlone, Cape Town.
As South Africa remembers the tragedy of 15 and 16 October 1985, four members of the UCT community reflect on what happened.
Three prominent members of the UCT community reflect on the Trojan Horse Massacres and the tragic events that unfolded 35 years ago.
Four prominent members of the UCT community reflect on the Trojan Horse Massacre and the tragic events that unfolded 35 years ago.
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