NSTF South32 Awards

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Celebrating excellence in science, engineering, technology and innovation
Celebrating excellence in science, engineering, technology and innovation
The 18th annual NSTF awards, now called the NSTF-South 32 Awards, were held on June 30 2016
Designing solutions with polymer chemistry
Designing solutions with polymer chemistry
For achievement over a lifetime, by an individual
Pioneering crop biotechnology research
Pioneering crop biotechnology research
Special Annual Theme Award in Crop Science and Food Security (sponsored by the DST)
About the NSTF-South 32 Awards trophy
About the NSTF-South 32 Awards trophy
The design was launched at last year's gala award dinner
Data rules the world
Data rules the world
TW Kambule-NSTF Award: Research and its outputs over a period of up to 15 years
Lifting the burden of mental health
Lifting the burden of mental health
TW Kambule-NSTF Award: Research and its outputs over the last 5-10 years
Reaching for the stars to boost research capacity
Reaching for the stars to boost research capacity
Research capacity development over the last 5-10 years, by a researcher
Giving new life to water through engineering
Giving new life to water through engineering
Engineering capacity over the last 5-10 years (sponsored by Eskom)
Building bridges across disciplines to grow human capacity
Building bridges across disciplines to grow human capacity
Engineering capacity development over the last 5-10 years (sponsored by Eskom)
Local is lekker - and healthy
Local is lekker - and healthy
TW Kambule-NSTF Award, for an emerging researcher: Post-doc in a period of up to six years after award of a PhD or equivalent (prize sponsor: proSET)
Understanding patterns in urban disease
Understanding patterns in urban disease
NSTF-TW Kambule Award for an Emerging researcher: post-doc in a period of up to six years after award of a PhD or equivalent
Thinking small to achieve big results
Thinking small to achieve big results
Management and related activities over the last 5-10 years by an individual

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