#WomenofUP: UP hosts third annual Women in Science Symposium
Posted on August 30, 2021
UP recently hosted its recent third annual Women in Science Symposium, which highlighted the efforts of women in shaping a more equal future and recovery from the global pandemic.
NAS Women: Helping others and knowing that you made a difference
Posted on August 29, 2021
Women’s Month: Focus on Prof Jacquie van der Waals
NAS Women: We are capable of so much more than we can ever imagine
Posted on August 22, 2021
Women's Month: Focus on Mrs Leushantha Mudaly
Why UP researchers like rooibos, Nguni cows and 50 000-piece microbial puzzles
Posted on August 20, 2021
Prof Thulani Makhalanyane and Prof Emma Archer say that life found only in Africa, from invisibly tiny microbes to huge mammal herds and our kaleidoscope of plants can give us medicines, technologies and ways to manage climate change.
NAS Women: Make your education a priority
Posted on August 07, 2021
Women's Month: Focus on Ms Dolly Ayob
UP indigenous knowledge systems expert Prof Namrita Lall's research showcased at Kew Gardens
Posted on August 05, 2021
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, which houses the world's largest and most diverse botanical collection, has invited Prof Namrita Lall, SARChI Chair in Indigenous Knowledge Systems at UP, to contribute to one of their new public displays.
NAS celebrates Women’s month in style
Posted on August 01, 2021
NAS celebrates Women’s month in style, Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, Women’s Month
UP-led project launches innovative fellowship to develop African food systems researchers
Posted on July 23, 2021
The Food Systems Research Network for Africa (FSNet-Africa) fellowship has officially launched, and 20 early-career researchers from six African countries joined their mentors from the UK and Africa in the first week of activities.