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Faculty of Natural & Agricultural Sciences

Welcome to the Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences

The hopes of South Africa rests, to a very large extent, on developments in Science, Engineering and Technology. The Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences aims to provide leadership in the fields of basic natural sciences and mathematics. It has substantial records of research achievement. High quality of undergraduate and postgraduate education is offered and involvement in a variety of community projects contribute to excellence provided by the Faculty.

 

News

Departmental seminar: 19 September 2014 - 19/09/2014
From Department of Chemistry

Molecular chemistry: Insights through solid-state reactions by Manuel. A. Fernandes, University of the Witwatersrand

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Twin taxonomic appointments on international commissions for two UP microbiologists - 17/09/2014
From Faculty of Natural & Agricultural Sciences

Two staff members of the Department of Microbiology and Plant Pathology in the Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences and researchers associated with FABI, were recently elected to serve on the international bodies governing bacterial and fungal taxonomy.

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Chemistry postgraduate students win awards - 17/09/2014
From Department of Chemistry

Three UP analytical chemistry postgraduate students win prizes for their presentations at the Analitika 2014 Conference.

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UP Chemistry student awarded James Moir Medal - 17/09/2014
From Department of Chemistry

Ian Strydom received the James Moir medal from the South African Chemical Institute for his honours results.

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UP to collaborate on project to address hunger and undernutrition - 16/09/2014
From Institute for Food, Nutrition and Well-being

The University of Pretoria (UP) will be one of the institutions collaborating in a series of projects representing the best ideas and strategies from around the world to address hunger and undernutrition in some of the world’s most unforgiving agricultural regions. The selected projects, which will be funded by the Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Collaborative Research on Sorghum and Millet, will contribute towards improving food security, household resilience and private-sector growth in Ethiopia, Senegal and Niger through the enhancement of production and value-added product development.

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