Karoo lava-fed deltas and a petrified forest from the Lower Jurassic of southern Gondwana.
Hot off the press! Check out A/Prof Emese Bordy's latest paper she co-authored with her students: T'Nielle Haupt and Howard Head.
Dr Rob Muir, Dr Miengah Abrahams and Ms Hadebe in the field
Dr Abrahams and Dr Muir supervising their first ever UCT honours student Ms Hadebe!
Rob Muir and Miengah Abrahams both did their undergraduate and post-graduate degrees with us. Here they are now, as a postdoc and a lecturer respectively, supervising their first UCT honours student, Gcinamahlubi Hadebe, in the field!
Karoo firewalkers make tracks amid lava flows!
UCT Associate Prof Emese Bordy and colleagues describe vertebrate trackways that offer rare insights about ancient life in a stressful, hostile environment some 183 million years ago in the Early Jurassic.
Namibian rocks point to reorganisation of the marine calcium cycle
UCT Lecturer Rosalie Tostevin and colleagues have uncovered isotopic changes in rocks from southern Namibia that suggest a reorganization of the marine calcium cycle, just as animals were starting to build skeletons for the first time.
Phosphate availability in Mesoproterzoic seas
UCT Lecturer Rosalie Tostevin and colleagues studied 1300 million year old sediments from Australia, and provide strong evidence that phosphate was readily available in Mesoproterozoic seas, and did not present a barrier to microbial ecosystems...

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Sunday, 23 January 2022
PhD graduate acknowledges the rocks in his life

Congratulations to soon-to-be Dr Marvel Makhubele who was featured by UCT news for (some of) the rocks in his life.


Publication Date:
Mon, 13 Dec 2021 - 23:00
Sinelethu Hashibi receives the 2019 SACNASP award for her Honours Thesis

Congratulations to Sinelethu Hashibi who has received the 2019 South African Council for Natural Science Professions (SACNASCP) award.

Publication Date:
Tue, 03 Nov 2020 - 09:00
A double accolade for Dr Bogdana Radu

Congratulations to Dr Radu who has received the Prix d'excellence these/PhD thesis award 2019 from the Foundation de l'Université Jean Monnet, as well as the Prix Ami Boué 2019 award from the Societe Geologique de France.

Publication Date:
Wed, 22 Jan 2020 - 10:00
Geological Adventures in the Fairest Cape

Ever wondered about the rocks and strata that make up the stunning Western Cape landscape? In his new book, Geological Adventures in the Fairest Cape: unlocking the Secrets of its Scenery, John Rogers sheds invaluable light.

Publication Date:
Mon, 12 Nov 2018 - 19:30