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Four women innovators to watch at UCT
Universities are conducive to innovation, as researchers and students dedicate themselves to the act of problem-solving through research. Over the past few years, UCT has been central to an array of practical innovations that have been implemented...
UCT Innovation by Numbers - 2017
The total income from IP commercialisation was R 3.78m and a total of 4 new UCT spin-off companies were formed, the highest ever in a year. 41 invention disclosures were received by RC...
UCT Exhibits at Innovation Bridge 2017
The time has come and gone for the Department of Science and Technology’s 2017 Innovation Bridge event.
Look into UCT’s Technology Innovation Activities through the Glass Pipeline
In response to comments from various stakeholders about the need to have a sense of the projects in the university’s pipeline, RC...
Electronic Lab Notebooks
RCI has produced hard copy laboratory notebooks a number of years, but especially in certain research areas an electronic notebook is now preferable.

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Tuesday, 25 September 2018
UCT Entrepreneurial and Innovation Ecosystem Map – A handy tool for aspiring entrepreneurs

RC&I has recently developed a useful map which gives an insight into the entrepreneurial ecosystem around UCT. Our various UCT spin-off companies are plotted on the map as well as the various business accelerators and incubators.

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Wednesday, September 12, 2018 - 11:30
UCT Café Scientifique: 2018/9 series launches

The 2018 series of Café Scientifique will be held in the last quarters of 2018 and early in 2019 at the Chemical Engineering Building (Upper Campus, UCT). Selected themes will explore impact of measurements and metrology, neurosurgery, molecular biology and infectious diseases, and ICT4D.  The events kick off with a presentation by Prof Andy Buffler on 18 September 2018 entitled “Impact of Measurement”. 

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Wednesday, September 12, 2018 - 11:15
Student Entrepreneurship Week 2018

The prevailing need in South Africa is for sustainable economic development through the creation and growth of jobs and the support of new businesses to provide goods and services. The University of Cape Town has responded to the call from the Department of Higher Education and Training to host a series of events and activities that would contribute to this discussion.

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Thursday, August 16, 2018 - 08:45
DoH Prescribes MTA for Human Biological Materials

A standard Material Transfer Agreement (MTA) was published in the Government Gazette on 20 July 2018, along with a statement signed by the Minister of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi, indicating that the MTA needs to be used by all providers and recipients of materials for use in research or clinical trials that are conducted under the auspices of registered Health Research Ethics Committees.

Publication Date:
Friday, August 3, 2018 - 14:15

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