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UP specialist registrar awarded prestigious NIH fellowship - 29/08/2014
From Department of Chemical Pathology

Dr Likhona Masika, a specialist registrar in UPs Department of Chemical Pathology, has been awarded a prestigious two-year fellowship in Clinical Chemistry at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the USA. The NIH is part of the US Department of Health and Human Services and is the world's largest biomedical research agency.

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Harnessing the power of the sun - 29/08/2014
From Energy

Prof Ken Craig and his research group in the Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering are focusing on the sun and the energy it can provide us. Although the familiar domestic solar panels and solar geysers are becoming more widespread, these provide only local power or energy and are not suitable for large-scale power generation. Therefore, Prof Craig decided to focus on concentrated solar power or CSP.

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Booking as easy as one, two, Atterbury! - 29/08/2014
From Department of Marketing Management

The Atterbury Theatre, situated in Lynnwood, is well-known for its advanced technological features and can seat up to 400 patrons. During a guest lecture, Ms Paulette Reyneke, theatre manager at the Atterbury Theatre, provided the Marketing Management honours class with important insight into the advantages the theatre enjoys, as well as some of the challenges it currently faces.

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Integrated marketing communication in practice - 29/08/2014
From Department of Marketing Management

Mr Marius Bresler, a marketing communication specialist from Momentum and a registered PhD student in marketing, shared his knowledge and experience with students studying towards a BCom degree in marketing during a guest lecture.

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Veterinary Public Health Workshop - 29/08/2014
From Department of Paraclinical Sciences

VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH IN SOUTH AFRICA: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

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