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SANAP celebrates Women in Antarctica on SA National Women’s Day!

                    On South Africa’s National...

SCAR2020 online – South African participating in Online Conference

SCAR2020 Online starts on Monday 27th July with related events, with the conference starting on...

Sunday Science: SEAmester Programme

                  The SEAmester...

Saturday Student: Tahlia Henry

Where did it all started for Tahlia: “From an early age I have had an unbridled passion for the...

Friday Freelancer: Stephen Peel

Stephen involvement in SANAP started back in 2016 when he was a student at UCT. He was working...

Wednesday Women: Isabelle Ansorge

              Isabelle as a child always wanted to be an...

Monday Men : Greg Hofmeyr

Family hikes and visits to game reserves instilled in me a keen interest in the natural world at...

SANAP Collaboration during COVID-19 – An Online Presence

           The SANAP symposiums is: “..the perfect platform for...

Sunday Science: Space Science- Aurora Australis

"Auroras provide direct visual evidence that the atmosphere is shielding life on Earth from the...

Saturday Student: Luca Stirnimann

Luca Stirnimann received his BSc at the University of Genova (Italy) in 2013, majoring in...
Saturday Student: Tahlia Henry

Saturday Student: Tahlia Henry

Where did it all started for Tahlia: “From an early age I have had an unbridled passion for the ocean and understanding technology, which led me to pursue my studies in Oceanography at the Cape...

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Friday Freelancer: Stephen Peel

Friday Freelancer: Stephen Peel

Stephen involvement in SANAP started back in 2016 when he was a student at UCT. He was working towards his Honours degree in Environmental Management when he came across the SEAmester programme and...

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Wednesday Women: Isabelle Ansorge

Wednesday Women: Isabelle Ansorge

              Isabelle as a child always wanted to be an oceanographer. “When I was 13 my father sent me off for 6 months on a Tall Ship to sail around Africa. And...

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Monday Men : Greg Hofmeyr

Monday Men : Greg Hofmeyr

Family hikes and visits to game reserves instilled in me a keen interest in the natural world at an early age. This led to a BSc and BSc hons in Zoology at the University of the Witwatersrand. This...

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Friday Freelancer : Sydney Cullis

Sydney Cullis’s hobby turned out to be a bonus for the preservation of the Legacy of South Africa in the Antarctic region. " It all started in 1993 when our son, James, was in Matric he had to produce a talk for one of the school societies and, as the Fiennes/Stroud...

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