Life-giving in death, body donors are essential to teaching anatomy. But that's not all the cadavers have to teach young doctors and surgeons at UCT.
Giant, exceptional gem diamonds, like the Cullinan, grew from liquid metal pockets deep in the Earth's mantle aeons ago. But these unique time capsules have other stories to tell.
UCT science student Hannah Simon broke rare ground when her article about the tension between social and environmental justice was published in the South African Journal of Science.
UCT’s Division of Exercise Science and Sports Medicine is finding out whether the genetic effects of altitude training can be used to isolate cases of doping in sport.
UCT medical students recently completed a research study on the nature and burden of food insecurity among attendees of the Vanguard Community Health Centre.
South Africa has some of the best laws guaranteeing women’s rights to safe abortions, but poor implementation is putting many women and girls at risk.
History, memory and the meaning of the past are the core themes of three Mendi centenary events at UCT in February and March.
Stirring, provocative and challenging, the third ICA Live Art Festival hits Cape Town, and it promises to illuminate.
Sipho Pityana, UCT’s Chair of Council and convener of Save South Africa, upbraids President Jacob Zuma in ‘the real state of the nation address’.
A UCT-led study used a new DNA-based test and a mobile van to detect an additional 50% of undiagnosed TB cases.
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