News Jan – Apr 2015

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New Data Acquisition System

New Data Acquisition System

New Data Acquisition System for the Nuclear Microprobe at the Materials Research Department (iThemba LABS Western Cape).
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Africa’s fast-track into AMS research

Africa’s fast-track into AMS research

An Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) laboratory in Gauteng is being used to find breakthroughs in Alzheimer’s and cancer research. Read more …

 

 

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IAEA DG visits iThemba

IAEA DG visits iThemba

Nuclear Technology is Key to Africa’s Development, IAEA Director General Says.Read more …

 

 

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Science Tube Festival

Science Tube Festival

iThemba LABS took part for the second year running at the annual Science-Tube festival in the Northern Cape.

 

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iThemba Staffer Thulani on TV

iThemba Staffer Thulani on TV

iThemba LABS staff member, Thulani Baloyi will be featured on one episode of a weekly television show called “Nhlalala Ya Rixaka”.Read more …

 

 

The PRaVDA Project

PRaVDA wins awards

PRaVDA wins awards

PRaVDA (of which iThemba LABS is a member) are delighted to announce that it has been selected as the winner in the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET) Innovation Competition under the model based engineering category.More about the awards

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From the Director’s Office

A New Year brings new opportunities to share a vision, build collaborations and shape the future.

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Corporate Profile

Corporate profile of iThemba LABS in February issue of Leadership Magazine p. 68-69

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Physics Masterclasses

The International Masterclasses in Particle Physics will be held on 1st April at iThemba LABS. These classes give secondary school students the opportunity to discover the world of quarks and leptons for themselves.
See Gallery of images from last year's masterclass

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SA-CERN Collaboration

Big data science in South Africa reaching new funding highs through the South African CERN collaboration

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