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Welcome to Madelief



In the buzz and vibe of Pretoria lies an enchanting garden filled with 310 Madeliefies. This unique garden, Huis Madelief, is the envy of every female student at the University of Pretoria and prides itself in being known as “the ladies of Tuks”. To truly find a home away from home is a challenge for a first year student, coming out of hig
h school and trying to find their way around university; but the love, warmth and friendship that Madelief offers is sure to make the adjustment an unforgettable experience.
 

The friendships and memories you make while living in Madelief will remain forever.

 

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UP conducts validation trial for IDEXX’s new pregnancy test for cows - 17/10/2014
Improved pregnancy rates among cattle mean greater profitability for dairy and beef farmers. IDEXX, an international company dealing with diagnostic products in animal health, recently approached the University of Pretoria with a request to conduct a project to assist in devising reliable, cost-effective methods for diagnosing pregnancy in cattle. This led to the bovine pregnancy test validation trial, which is being conducted in the South African dairy industry.
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Department of Chemistry academic wins prize - 16/10/2014
Dr Patricia Forbes was awarded the prize for the Best Scientific Paper at the recent National Association for Clean Air Conference held in Umhlanga on 9 and 10 October.
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Professor Maxi Schoeman explores human security issues at Sweden’s Uppsala University - 16/10/2014
Professor Maxi Schoeman, head of the Department of Political Sciences at the University of Pretoria, is currently the eleventh incumbent of the Claude Ake Visiting Chair at Uppsala University in Sweden, where she has been offered a calm environment in which to pursue her research on human security issues for a period of three months.
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IUFRO appoints Prof Mike Wingfield as new President - 14/10/2014
The International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) announced the appointment of Prof Mike Wingfield as new President on 10 October 2014. IUFRO’s International Council elected him during a meeting at the 24th IUFRO World Congress, which was held in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States.
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Lemur Interaction area at Bester Birds and Animals Zoo - 11/10/2014
Two groups of students enrolled for the Community-Based Project Module (JCP) of the Faculty of Engineering, Built Environment and IT at the University of Pretoria, developed a lemur Interaction area at Bester Birds and Animal Zoo. The lemur Interaction area was officially opened on Friday, 10 October and gives visitors the opportunity to feed the Lemurs at the zoo.
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Postgraduate Biochemistry student won first prize at SASBMB - 08/10/2014
Dina Coertzen, a PhD student in the Department of Biochemistry in the Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, recently won the first prize (award for the most meritorious poster) at the 24th Conference of the South African Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (SASBMB).
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The more termites, the merrier the aardwolves - 08/10/2014
What do aardwolves and whales have in common? Both are extremely picky eaters, to the point of only feeding on one foodstuff over and over again. As is the case with some whales and the plankton they eat, aardwolves will rather eat less than diversify their menus to include anything other than their favourite termites.
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