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In a fitting climax to the academic year, CPUT’s annual Research Day, showcasing research activities, celebrating research excellence and encouraging staff and post-graduate research output, was held last week. Themed ‘A Celebration of Research’, this year’s event on the Cape Town Campus highlighted how CPUT researchers are achieving prominence and making an impact in South African Higher Education Research.

From left: Dr Edith Madela-Mntla from the Medical Research Council, Deputy Vice-Chancellor: Research, Technology Innovation and Partnerships Dr Chris Nhlapo and Dr Thandi Mgwebi from the National Research Foundation attended the Research Day celebrations.