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Hot birds in the hot seat

Prof Andrew McKechnie of the Department of Zoology and Entomology was recently awarded the South African Research Chair in Conservation Physiology. The Chair is hosted by the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa and co-hosted...

Collaboration leads to breakthroughs in cancer therapy

The Faculty of Health Science’s Department of Nuclear Medicine has entered a collaboration with the European Commission’s science and knowledge service, the Joint Research Centre (JRC), to develop a new breakthrough treatment...

Message from the Vice-Chancellor and Principal: UP’s 110th Birthday

February 10th 2018 is a very special day on the UP calendar as our university will be 110 years old.

Department of Family Medicine brings hope to drug users

The University of Pretoria’s Department of Family Medicine’s work with the City of Tshwane to assist drug users reduce and stop their drug usage is yielding results.

UP leads the world in using nuclear therapy to fight cancer

Most people have, in some way or other, been affected by cancer, whether through the loss of a loved one or a personal fight against the big C, a dreaded and often incurable disease.

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Creative Industry Imbizo at the Musaion Theatre

South Africa’s creative industries are gathering at the University of Pretoria on Saturday, 24 February 2018, to showcase how important copyright is for the vitality and growth of our creative industries (including music, publishing, literary and dramatic arts and film and entertainment) and to highlight how many of government’s recent proposals to amend our copyright legislation may harm the rights of our already vulnerable creatives.

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Feb 24
13:00 - 19:00
Musaion, Lynnwood Road, University of Pretoria Hatfield Campus, Hatfield, Pretoria
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Feb 26
26 Feb - 2 Mar
Room 2-67, Graduate Centre, University of Pretoria, Hatfield Campus, University of Pretoria
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Mar 08
09:00 - 14:00
Rautenbach Hall
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International study says SA school reading literacy is in trouble

From audits to action: UP data is saving moms and babies