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H3D Vision & Mission
Vision: To be the leading organisation for integrated drug discovery and development on the African continent Mission: Discover and develop innovative, life saving medicines For African patients Through excellence in interdisciplinary,...
H3D Facilities
Facilities H3D has state of the art laboratory equipment and access to modern instrumentation housed in the Department of Chemistry, the Department of Clinical Pharmacology and the Institute of Infectious Disease and Molecular Medicine (IDM) at UCT...
R&D Environment
UCT offers a truly integrated environment for translational research in communicable and non communicable diseases afflicting people in Africa. It has both the infrastructure as well as numerous groups working on pre-clinical and clinical research...
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Monday, 20 August 2018
SA MUST BUILD A SCIENCE INDUSTRY

There is a great need to fund talented African scientists — based in Africa — to succeed, rather than just survive, by providing world-class infrastructure. The continent is also facing a lack of scientific entrepreneurship and poorly developed scientific networks between different groups.

Publication Date:
Friday, August 4, 2017 - 18:00
CALL FOR MORE INVESTMENT IN SCIENCE INFRASTRUCTURE IN AFRICA

Researcher Professor Kelly Chibale has called for a deep commitment to investing in world-class infrastructure and skills for scientists to succeed on the continent.

Publication Date:
Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - 18:00
INVEST IN SCIENCE JOBS FOR AFRICA

Leading African researcher Professor Kelly Chibale has called for a deep commitment to investing in world-class infrastructure and skills to enable scientists to succeed on the continent..

Publication Date:
Friday, July 21, 2017 - 18:00
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DRUGS SECTOR TIE-UPS 'CAN HELP CURE SA'

Production of drugs in SA instead of outsourcing to countries such as India would dent high unemployment.

Public-private partnerships in the pharmaceutical sector are vital for accelerating job creation and infrastructure development in SA, says malaria researcher Kelly Chibale.

Publication Date:
Friday, May 19, 2017 - 18:00

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