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In another first for a university of technology, the Agrifood Technology Station (ATS) has launched a Jet Cook Steam Infusion Product Development Facility.

CPUT has been selected to participate in an international project that will help universities conceptualize an entrepreneurial vision and implement it in order to benefit all spheres of South Africa.

Nawahl Razak has a penchant for risk taking.

CPUT in partnership with Tshwane University of Technology, the Aga Khan University (Tanzania) and Oxford University has launched a project that uses assessment to improve teaching and learning in schools.

Tuesday, 14 February 2017

Turning waste into a commodity

Several years ago when Wighens Ngoie Ilunga enrolled for a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering he had his sights set on the mining and mineral processing industries.

Friday, 03 February 2017

Groundbreaking cancer research

With millions of new cases of cancer reported each year, researchers across the globe are working tirelessly to develop new and smarter ways to fight cancer.

Research and innovation in the field of power and electronic systems is set to be accelerated with the establishment of a multi-million rand, high-tech facility at CPUT’s Bellville Campus.