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(Un)Infecting the City takes to the streets of Cape Town in May and June, examining the psychological and social impacts of the current global climate.
UCT master’s student Brendon Maongera has developed a simulated satellite and testbench that can help South Africa reach its vegetation monitoring goals.
In the first of a three-part webinar series by UCT Summer School, Abbas Jamie uses the university as a case study for embedding a futures culture.
A creative book by art scholars Nkule Mabaso and Associate Professor Nomusa Makhubu has won a prestigious humanities and social sciences award.
UCT’s Division of Haematology is committed to training young haematologists and boosting the alarmingly low number of specialists in this field on the continent.
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