“This appointment came about as a result of the collaborative work that we, at the CSIR, have been doing in the past years with the UJ, supervising students pursuing their Master’s and PhDs in metallurgy, as well as publishing a number of outputs with these students. It is a recognition of the value that we here at the CSIR and colleagues at UJ’s Department of Metallurgy can generate through collaboration,” says Prof. Machio.
More than 30 000 scientific publications have cited Professor Suprakas Sinha Ray’s nanotech inventions and discoveries over the last 15 years.
Media advisory: 11 May 2022
The level of illiteracy remains a critical educational issue in South Africa. Many school learners face barriers to reading and learning because of factors such as visual impairment and dyslexia, among other many barriers to education.
The Aeronautical Society of South Africa (a division of the Royal Aeronautical Society) has elected CSIR’s Marié Botha, president for this term.
The Aeronautical Society of South Africa (AeSSA) is a fully-fledged Division of the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS). Its membership comprises aerospace professionals, corporate company members, and enthusiastic aviation amateurs.
In the latest edition of ScienceScope, learn more about R&D to build competitive industries, such as a novel packaging solutions for the food and beverage sector, and work that contributes to a capable state, such as the development of a novel smartphone-based system for point-of-care diagnostics.
The Minister of Higher Education, Science and Innovation, Blade Nzimande, undertakes a tour of the CSIR Solar PV Reliability Laboratory and Coin Cell Testing Facility/Hydrogen Research Laboratory in Pretoria on Tuesday, 5 April.
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