Members of the media are invited to a seminar on smart cities, scheduled to take place in Pretoria on Tuesday, 17 March 2020. A range of experts will gather to discuss how South African local government should respond to the challenge of building smart cities in the country.
The maritime industry has the potential to make a significant contribution to poverty reduction and human welfare, as well as provide economic opportunities to benefit South Africans. This is taking into consideration that South Africa has more ocean space, including its exclusive economic zone, than land area.
To realise the sustainable industrialisation of the oceans to the benefit of all, the CSIR is seeking partners to fund a South African Maritime Industry Baseline Study. This foundational study is critical to South Africa’s participation in the global maritime arena. Read more...
The BIDC is a CSIR initiative, in partnership with the Department of Science and Innovation (DSI) and BioPark @ Gauteng (The Innovation Hub) would like to support Small, Medium and Micro-sized Enterprises (SMMEs) in the bio-manufacturing sector, with the aim of creating or expanding bio-manufacturing activity and associated job creation. CSIR and BioPark will partner to deliver a full package to SMMEs, as part of the mentorship programme.
The 24th edition of South Africa’s National Science Festival will be celebrated from 15-21 April 2020 in Makhanda (formerly Grahamstown), Eastern Cape.
Technological solutions to the challenges facing the logistics industry in South Africa will take centre stage at the inaugural launch of the Young Industrialists Forum (YIF), on Tuesday, 3 March 2020 at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in Pretoria.
The YIF is an initiative CSIR and it is designed to provide young researchers and innovators a platform to present solutions to challenges faced by the logistics industry.
Product and process development incubation support to Small, Medium and Micro-sized Enterprises (SMMEs)
This EoI call is targeted at SMMEs entering the biomanufacturing sector to grow and expand biomanufacturing capacity to meet market demands. Biomanufacturing entails the use of bioprocess technology (e.g. fermentation) to produce enzymes, industrial biologics, biopharmaceuticals, proteins, probiotics, bio-control agents and diagnostic reagents. Read more...
The host of the conference of the South African Advanced Material Initiatives (CoSAAMI 2020), CSIR, is pleased to invite you to submit abstratcs on the latest research and development in the science and technologies associated with andanced materials.
The CSIR Biomanufacturing Industrial Development Centre (BIDC) held its quarterly accelerator networking event at the CSIR on the 31st January 2020. This platform provides small medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs) an opportunity to openly exchange ideas and share experiences on their journey to becoming entrepreneurs.