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Already established as a regional leader in the field of nanosatellites, a new company, Amaya Space has been set up by the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT), and is set to launch the institution to even greater heights.

Modelling Africa out of poverty requires understanding in its historical, social, political and economic contexts as it is multidimensional and difficult to measure.

Two outstanding CPUT researchers have been selected as finalists in the NSTF-South32 Awards, known as the ‘Science Oscars’ of South Africa.

The new Research Chair of CPUT’s Institute of Biomedical and Microbial Biotechnology (IBMB) plans to take the institute to the next level over the next five years.

Three CPUT students have started a commercial enterprise that seeks to bridge the gap between the public and private healthcare systems by focusing on innovative solutions to transform primary healthcare services.

Big data refers to the use of data analytics to extract relevant information out of large-scale data sets which have become available due to advancements in data transmission and sensor technology.

Today (21 November) marks four years since the launch of CPUT’s TshepisoSAT (code named ZACUBE-1) from Yasny Launch Base in Russia.