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  • Last day of the 5th SANAP Symposium

    Last day of the 5th SANAP Symposium

    Today’s Programme: Author: Anché Louw (Antarctic Legacy of South Africa), 16 August 2018Read More »
  • Who is currently presenting at the 5th SANAP Symposium?

    Who is currently presenting at the 5th SANAP Symposium?

    If you are interested in knowing who is currently presenting (and what their research is about) at the South African National Antarctic Programme Symposium (#SANAP2018), follow Antarctic Legacy of South Africa (ALSA) on Social Media. Click on the preferred media.   Author: Anché Louw (Antarctic Legacy of South Africa), 15 … Continue reading →Read More »
  • Day 3 of the 5th SANAP Symposium

    Day 3 of the 5th SANAP Symposium

    Today’s Programme:   Author: Anché Louw (Antarctic Legacy of South Africa), 15 August 2018  Read More »
  • Day 2 of the 5th SANAP Symposium

    Day 2 of the 5th SANAP Symposium

    Today’s Programme: Author: Anché Louw (Antarctic Legacy of South Africa), 14 August 2018Read More »
  • First Day of the 5th SANAP Symposium

    First Day of the 5th SANAP Symposium

    The 5th biennial SANAP Symposium is organised by the Cape Penisula University (Kenneth Findlay) and South African National Space Agency (Michael Kosch). The symposium is held in Hermanus this year from tomorrow, 13 Augustus, until Thursday. During this week, 134 delegates will be attending the symposium. The symposium will provide delegates … Continue reading →Read More »
  • Public Lecture at the 5th SANAP Symposium

    Public Lecture at the 5th SANAP Symposium

    Author: Anché Louw (Antarctic Legacy of South Africa), 07 August 2018.Read More »
  • SANAP Scientists creates visibility

    SANAP Scientists creates visibility

    Sub-Antarctic Landscape-Climate Interactions group Professor Werner Nel, Professor David W. Hedding, Liezl Rudolph and Sibusiso Sinuka are currently in Siberia’s Altai Mountains. They are learning more about the “Natural and human environment of Arctic and Alpine areas: relief, soils, permafrost, glaciers, biota and life style of native ethnic groups in … Continue reading →Read More »
  • Do you have a poster at the SANAP Symposium?

    Do you have a poster at the SANAP Symposium?

    The 5th Biannual South African National Antarctic Programme (SANAP) Symposium will be held from 13 – 16 August 2018, in Hermanus (read more here). This year there will be a large number of 20 minute oral and digital poster presentations (in a 4 minute speed talk oral format). If you … Continue reading →Read More »
  • Are you the next South African SCAR Fellow?

    Are you the next South African SCAR Fellow?

    Application deadline for the 2018 SCAR Fellowships extended until 25 July 2018. Are you an emerging researcher? Then this is for you. “The SCAR Fellowship Programme is for PhD students, or those within five years of having completed a PhD, to undertake research at major international laboratories, field facilities, and/or … Continue reading →Read More »
  • South Africa’s class afloat – SEAmester

    South Africa’s class afloat – SEAmester

    “It seems almost yesterday that I approached the Department of Science and Technology (DST) and the National Research Foundation (NRF) to consider funding a Floating University that would be open to all University and Technikon postgraduate students” says Associate Professor and Head of Oceanography Isabelle Ansorge “and here we are … Continue reading →Read More »

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