Women In Science 2012

Science and technology to develop rural women and end poverty
Over the last 10 years, beginning in 2003 to be exact, the Department has held the awards during Women's month to coincide with the nation-wide celebration of women and their achievements.

Distinguished Women Scientists
The list of winners in the Physical and Engineering Sciences and Social Sciences and Humanities.

Women in Science: DST Fellowships
Joyce Mwangama completed her BSc (Eng) and MSc (Eng) at the University of Cape Town (UCT) in 2008 and 2011, respectively.

German-South African Year of Science 2012/2013
South Africa and Germany are united by a long-standing, successful partnership.

Winners: Physical and Engineering Sciences
The three women who scooped the top three spots in the Physical and Engineering Sciences for Distinguished Young Women category.

Women in Science: The Emerging Researchers
Dr Sindiso Mnisi Weeks completed her DPhil in Law in 2009 at the University of Oxford, where she was a Rhodes scholar.

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