Finding funding
Planning to Apply? Don't be caught by bursary deadlines!
Many funding deadlines start falling due from mid-year for the next year's studies. This includes the NRF Freestanding, Innovation and Scarce Skills Masters and Doctoral Scholarships. Be sure to catch these before it's too late!
Thandokhulu High School
The Thandokhulu Science Initiative (ThaScI)
Turning "So near, yet so far" into "Close, and getting closer". Drs Barnett, Ngubane and Sunassee have started the Thandokhulu Science Initiative (ThaScI) to provide learners at Thandokhulu High School (THS) extra help with their Science...
Adrien Ndamyabera and Ibiye Dagogo - 2018 SPSC reps
Our 2018 representatives on the Science Postgrad Students' Council
Postgraduate students elected Ibiye Dagogo and Adrien Ndamyabera to be their representatives on the Science Faculty Postgraduate Students' Council for 2018.
Grad hat-trick
Doctoral Hat-trick at April Graduation
Three of our PhD students were capped at the April Graduation ceremony this year. Congratulations to Antonina, John, and Savannah!
Young Chemists shine at YCS 2018
The SACI/RSC Young Chemists' Symposium is an annual gathering of Chemistry postgraduates from tertiary institutions in the Western Cape during which they have an opportunity to present their current research.
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Thursday, 24 May 2018
Health and Safety Course
Departments and Schools attend Health and Safety Short Course

Monique Muller (Chemical Safety Officer for Chemistry & Chemical Engineering) presented Chemistry’s UCT accredited SHE Representative Laboratory Safety Short Course on 13 February.

Publication Date:
Thursday, February 15, 2018 - 14:15
Kelly Chibale achieves A-rating with the National Research Foundation

The Chemistry Department is pleased to announce that Prof Kelly Chibale has attained an A-rating with the National Research Foundation.

For the full story, see the Science Faculty news page here.

Publication Date:
Thursday, February 15, 2018 - 10:30
UCT Chemistry at the SACI Inorganic Conference & Carman Physical Chemistry Symposium

UCT Chemistry was well represented at the recent South African Chemical Institute Inorganic Conference & Carman Physical Chemistry Symposium.

Publication Date:
Wednesday, July 5, 2017 - 10:15
Chemistry vs Molecular and Cell Biology Soccer

Many thanks to Matthew Williams for organising the soccer game against MCB! 

Although it was a 5-a-side, around 20 players proudly donned the red bibs to represent the department and take us to a well deserved victory!

Publication Date:
Monday, September 5, 2016 - 14:00