K-RITH Masters student and Canon Collins Scholarship recipient, TawandaMandizvo, attended the recent Canon Collins Scholars' Conference where he presented on the LightForge system that K-RITH researchers have developed.
“Even though my legs hurt right now I would do it again – and again!” This is how K-RITH work experience intern NtemenaKapula summed up the K-RITHorganised African Leadership Academy (ALA) outing to the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands and Kamberg Game Pass Shelter over the weekend.
Every year on July 18, South Africa and the world mark Nelson Mandela’s birthday by heeding his call to take action to help change the world for the better. K-RITH staff and students got behind several projects in the Durban area, giving 67 minutes (and more!) of their time to make positive change.
K-RITH investigator AdrieSteyn will be presenting a paper entitled 'Energy Metabolism in Mycobacterium Tuberculosis and the Infected Host Cell' at the Biophysics in the Understanding, Diagnosis and Treatment of Infectious Diseases meeting in Stellenbosch.