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Grant Ballantyne and UCT’s Edson Chairilkinya, the new technical champion for CEEC in South Africa
Dr Grant Ballantyne, visiting scholar at Centre for Mineral Research
Visiting scholar at Centre for Mineral Research, University of Cape Town (UCT) during inaugural Minerals to Metals week 4- 8th April, 2016.
The Education for Sustainable Development in Africa (ESDA) consortium of eight African universities
UCT’s postgrad degrees tackle the complexities of sustainable development
The United Nations’ 17 sustainable development goals for 2030 include the eradication of poverty and containing the dangerous effects of climate change. But the work that lies ahead requires many knowledgeable individuals capable of working in...
Unearthed hackathon first Cape Town event
South Africa’s first ‘Unearthed Hackathon’ for the Mining Industry
The first Unearthed Hackathon in Cape Town offered five Challenges, ranging from practical operation challenges like particle segmentation, to more open challenges like 'nano mining'. These were set by De Beers and Anglo American and 17 teams worked...
Collaboration between Minerals to Metals and Helmholtz Zentrum Dresden Germany
HZDR and Minerals to Metals UCT MOU signing
Collaboration between UCT’s Minerals to Metals Signature theme and Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) strengthened by visit and signing of the MOU at UCT on 4th May.

  'Working together to promote premier, multi-disciplinary research and development
   in the area of minerals beneficiation'

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The Minerals to Metals initiative was established as one of five signature research themes at the University of Cape Town in 2006. Our aim is to integrate and expand capacity in minerals beneficiation research by drawing together the skills of world-renowned academic and research staff within four existing research groupings in the Department of Chemical Engineering, and extending these collaborative activities to other research groupings within and beyond the university.