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Upcoming Events

2019 09 Mar 09:00 30 Mar 17:00

Melancholia in the Pathology Museum

The UCT Pathology Learning Centre (in collaboration with Is Art Gallery) is pleased to host selected pieces from Natasja de Wet's latest body of work Melancholia (2017). Included are some of De Wet's most personal and emotive mixed-media pieces that explore both the fragility and generative possibilities of the human condition.

Opening 11:00 Saturday, 9 March
Weekdays 9:00 – 17:00
Saturdays 10:00 – 12:30
Walkabout 18:00 Thursday ,14 March

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2019 25 Mar 09:00 16:00

2nd Annual World Tuberculosis Day NanoSymposium

Eight out of 10 South Africans are said to be infected with TB. In commemoration, World TB Day will be observed on the 24th of this month. And the following day the IDM will host a NanoSymposium featuring researchers and scientists speaking on all things TB. Continuing from last year's conversation, speakers will address the different interventions that can and do occur at the various points of the disease's cycle. Visiting from MIT/Harvard Professor Bryan Bryson will speak on his work combining new technologies with classical approaches.

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2019 Stella Clark Teachers' Award (SCTA) Nominations
UCT students are invited to nominate a teacher who is currently teaching in a secondary school and who, in your opinion, deserves...
UCT's Employee Wellness Programme with the Independent Counselling and Advisory Services (ICAS) has expanded into a bigger programme that...
The monthly scheduled ICTS maintenance slots for 2019 start on Sunday, 20 January, when ICTS services should not be expected to be...
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