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The age of big data, open access, social media, transdisciplinary collaboration, the Fourth Industrial Revolution and beyond, demands additional and even new considerations for what it means to be a responsible researcher.

Monday, 08 November 2021

CPUT wins big at NRF awards

CPUT Research Fellow, Dr Moses Basitere is a recipient of the 2020 National Research Foundation (NRF) Award in recognition of exceptional performance in research at national level for an emerging researcher.

Thursday, 07 October 2021

CPUT designs fourth satellite mission

As the global community celebrates World Space Week, the CPUT is currently developing its fourth satellite mission, called M2MSat.

Chemical Engineering Master's student Neville Cory has developed a sensor that is powered by a cellphone flashlight to measure blood glucose.

Thursday, 30 September 2021

Two awards for young investigators

Two young investigators from the Applied Microbial and Health Biotechnology Institute (AMHBI) did CPUT proud at the 1st Joint Conference of the Pan African Environmental Mutagen and Genomics Society and the Society for Free Radical Research – Africa.

Thursday, 16 September 2021

CPUT launches third satellite mission

CPUT will launch the first South African constellation of three satellites for Maritime Domain Awareness (MDA) this summer.

An article by two CPUT researchers has focused attention on the supportive role South Africa’s indigenous herbal tea, Rooibos, could play during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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