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A CPUT lecturer is the first person in South Africa to test a new Higher Education Policy on evaluating creative works.

Tuesday, 22 October 2019

Research Ethics under the spotlight

Challenges, controversies and emerging issues within research ethics came under the spotlight during the institution’s Annual Research Ethics Day.

New frontiers in digital transformation were explored during the 2019 IEEE Open Innovations Conference hosted by CPUT.

Thursday, 17 October 2019

Voyage to explore Antarctic Peninsula

Two Department of Conservation and Marine Science research groups have embarked on a seven-week research cruise to the Antarctic on the SA Agulhas II.

A research paper on levels of satisfaction among Golden Arrow Bus Service (GABS) customers, prepared by lecturers in the Maths and Physics Department, was awarded Best Paper at the recent Southern African Transport Conference (SATC).

Wednesday, 18 September 2019

Students fight to legalise denturism

Three students who are advocating for denturism to be legalised in South Africa were recently given the opportunity to speak on an international stage.

CPUT is perfectly aligned to progress the country’s nanotechnology ambitions according to a leading researcher in the area.