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Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology join service learning initiative

As part of the university’s commitment to engaging with and uplifting our local community, the Science Faculty has developed a “Service Learning” programme involving a number of disciplines, including Biochemistry and Microbiology, Chemistry, Zoology and Entomology, Human Kinetics and Ergonomics, Physics and Electronics and Statistics. The purpose of the programme is to assist three local under-resourced township schools, Nombulelo, Samuel Ntsika and Mary Waters, in improving the quality of their Natural Science education, in particular their ability to carry out the practical demonstrations in the Grade 8 and 9 syllabuses.

Technical Officer, Mr Luyolo Mapekula, nominated as Local Hero by the Daily Dispatch

Luyolo is improving the education of our most vulnerable learners by assisting disadvantaged high school leaners within Grahamstown with extra Maths and Science lessons

All-female research team heads to Antarctica for pioneering study

Seven researchers from Rhodes University are heading to Antarctica for the annual summer relief voyage on 30 November 2016. This is the largest contingent from any South African University on this year’s expedition and includes two academic staff members and five students.

Marine Natural Products Researcher wins award at International Marine Biotechnology Congress

Marine Natural Products Researcher wins award at International Marine Biotechnology Congress