First expansion microscopy of malaria parasites in Africa
Posted on February 13, 2024
We are thrilled to share some big (pun intended) news from the M2PL
From quiver trees to kelp, watch for ‘species-on-the-move’ amid climate crisis
Posted on December 14, 2023
Watching for species-on-the-move at home, at work or on holiday is a way to empower a public filled with feelings of hopelessness toward productive climate action, says marine biologist at UP Dr Romina Henriques.
December 2023 edition of the NAS Faculty newsletter (SquaredUP) available
Posted on December 11, 2023
The third edition for 2023 (December 2023) of the NAS Faculty newsletter (SquaredUP) is now available
UP researchers awarded year-long fellowship with the University of Oxford
Posted on November 28, 2023
UP’s Dr Phanankosi Moyo and Dr Carolyn Chisadza have been awarded a fellowship by the University of Oxford which gives exceptional African researchers the chance to work on a project of their choice.
Two UP professors elected as fellows of the Royal Society of South Africa
Posted on November 22, 2023
Prof Jacek Banasiak and Prof Jaco Greeff of UP’s Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences have been inaugurated into the Royal Society of South Africa, in what is yet another reflection of the high quality of academic staff at UP.
UP’s Prof Brenda Wingfield awarded prestigious John FW Herschel Medal
Posted on November 20, 2023
Prof Brenda Wingfield, an A-rated scientist at the University of Pretoria (UP), was recently awarded the Royal Society of South Africa'S (RSSA) prestigious John FW Herschel Medal.
September 2023 edition of the NAS Faculty newsletter (SquaredUP) available
Posted on September 13, 2023
The second edition for 2023 (September 2023) of the NAS Faculty newsletter (SquaredUP) is now available.
Successful inaugural NAS Research Symposium holds great opportunities
Posted on September 11, 2023
The inaugural NAS Research Symposium was a proud occasion for the Faculty, hosted as a hybrid event on 29 and 30 August in the SANLAM Auditorium on the Hatfield Campus.