New research institute takes UP sports excellence to the next level #UPResearchMatters #UPSports
The University of Pretoria has an impressive track-record of sports excellence: over half of South African medallists at the recent Olympics and Commonwealth Games were assisted by UP.
UP’s new institute will promote sports excellence and #healthy living through research #UPSports
Health practitioners and scientists at a new UP institute will focus on five high-impact research areas in the field of Sport, Exercise Medicine and Lifestyle Research.
A new multi-disciplinary research institute at UP will help patients and athletes keep active
Malaria is a complex disease that has devastated Africa and parts of South Africa. Researchers at the University of Pretoria Institute for Sustainable Malaria Control are combining research disciplines to understand and control malaria.
Sport medicine & lifestyle researchers #teamUP against diabetes, heart disease and depression
More than half of South Africans do not play sports or exercise regularly. A new UP institute will address the problem by supporting healthy, active lifestyles through research.
UP's smile makers are changing lives
All children deserve to lead healthy, happy lives as a valued part of a larger community. The Facial Cleft Deformity Clinic at UP is making today matter by ensuring that this ideal becomes a reality.
Shedding light on animal responses to changing environments
A newly-built facility at the University of Pretoria will permit research on the effects of changing environmental conditions on the behaviour and physiology of small animals.
Link discovered between bacteria and supposedly non-infectious diseases
A group of scientists have found that a single molecule from a bacterial cell wall component can lead to anomalous behaviour in 100 million clotting molecules, which may be a major contributor to many diseases including Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
Eye in the sky to fight #malaria #UPResearchMatters #remotesensing
In the fight to control malaria, researchers at the University of Pretoria Institute for Sustainable Malaria Control have turned to satellite data to get a heads-up on malaria outbreaks. #UPResearchMatters.
Anti-malaria pesticides reduce fertility, cause birth defects in Limpopo region #UPResearchMatters
The use of DDT and other insecticides has contributed immensely to controlling malaria in South Africa. Researchers at the University of Pretoria Institute for Sustainable Malaria Control have been looking into the negative health effects of...
Mobile apps help fight malaria #UPResearchMatters
As the fight against malaria intensifies, researchers at the University of Pretoria Institute for Sustainable Malaria Control are turning to digital platforms to control and monitor the disease...