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In a galaxy far, far away...
In a galaxy far, far away...
In December 2009, UCT's Department of Astronomy was awarded the Chair in Extragalactic Multi-Wavelength Astronomy.
An African dinosaur
An African dinosaur
UCT's professor Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan and a team of international researchers has identified a very special African dinosaur.
Top award for information systems research
Top award for information systems research
Professor Michael Kyobe won an award at the Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence 2009.
Helping hand for stroke patients
Helping hand for stroke patients
A group of scientists at UCT is developing an electromyogram controlled hand-finger orthosis.
Blazing a path for young scientists
Blazing a path for young scientists
Two emerging researchers at UCT are helping to keep the university on the world map.
Managing flooding risk in Cape Town
Managing flooding risk in Cape Town
Achieving well-governed and sustainable cities is becoming increasingly important to the future health of the planet.
Ray of light from new imaging spinoff
Ray of light from new imaging spinoff
UCT spin-off company CapeRay is about to launch a world first -- a 'dual-modality' technology.
New drugs from old plants
New drugs from old plants
UCT's Drug Discovery Unit is breaking new ground in the using of plants to find novel compounds for antimalarial, and other drugs.
New recycling method is worth its salt
New recycling method is worth its salt
A new method to recycle the salty water produced by coal mining could benefit both the mining industry and the environment.
Taking Africa's knowledge to the world
Taking Africa's knowledge to the world
UCT has joined the open content revolution, launching its very own Open Content Directory this February.

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