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International students can get vaccinated
Sharon Mogale, a UCT final year medical student and UCT SRC international students’ coordinator, calls for a more inclusive vaccine strategy and vaccine solidarity.
29 Sep 2021
The evolution of COVID-19: how long until it stops mutating?
UCT Associate Professor Darren Martin is tracking the virus responsible for the biggest global health emergency of modern times.
27 Sep 2021
New test to diagnose vaginal inflammation could help reduce risk of HIV infection
A UCT team have come up with a new way to test for asymptomatic vaginal infections in women in resource-poor settings.
20 Sep 2021
Investment critical for lucrative plant-based vaccine market
University of Cape Town scientist have successfully reported the expression of the near-full length SARS-CoV-2 spike vaccine in plants.
17 Sep 2021
Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra’s concert of gratitude for healthcare workers
In honour of healthcare workers amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra performed the Concert of Gratitude.
16 Sep 2021
Vitamin D deficiency does not increase TB risk in young children
A study by UCT and Boston University researchers examines whether Vitamin D is linked to subsequent TB in young children.
14 Sep 2021
Providing excellent nursing care for Africa’s children
UCT’s Harry Crossley Children’s Nursing Development Unit continually finds opportunities to strengthen paediatric nursing practices on the African continent.
10 Sep 2021
UCT first in Africa in the world rankings
UCT has retained the top spot in Africa on the Times Higher Education rankings.
06 Sep 2021
UCT launches the Community of Hope Vaccination Centre
The UCT Community of Hope Vaccination Centre officially launched on 30 August 2021.
01 Sep 2021