Last chance to apply to the AOS Master Degree!
International students have until the 31st of October 2021 to apply to the interdisciplinary AOS Master Degree, while South African have until the end of November. Limited space available.
New insights on why humpback whales now gathers in large groups
Using both observation-based and model data, Dr Dey alongside A/Prof Vichi and colleagues investigate the journey of humpback whales along the South African West coast in a novel study published in Scientific Report.
New opportunities at MARIS!
We are looking for suitable and motivated candidates for a Postdoctoral Research Fellow and an Early Career Research Associate positions, both hosted at the Department of Oceanography, UCT.
Say hi to MARIS!
MARIS is the new interdisciplinary center for Marine and Antarctic Science projects, involving multiple departments within the University of Cape Town: Biological Sciences, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering and...
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Saturday, 27 November 2021
Register now for the African Marine and Coastal Operational Services Webinar

This Networking Friday (30th Oct) session focuses on pan-continental African marine initiatives using EO data, technologies and services in support of African sustainable development. Register now! 

Publication Date:
Tue, 27 Oct 2020 - 12:45
Impact of the Covid-19 crisis on marine Early Career Researchers

UCT Marine Early Career Researchers (ECR) are invited to participate in a new survey about the effect of COVID-19 pandemic on Marine ECR, launched by the network OYSTER.


Publication Date:
Thu, 08 Oct 2020 - 12:15
Research dives deep to understand climate impacts on whales

The Whales and Climate Program involves 25 researchers from six countries and aims to create models of humpback whale distributions under future climate-change scenarios and investigate how ocean changes influence their population status and conservation.

Publication Date:
Fri, 25 Sep 2020 - 12:15
The AOS Experience

To get insights of the learning experience within the AOS MSc programme, we’ve asked students enrolled in the 2020 programme to share with us their perspective, particularly their learning curves during lockdown. Fortunate Shingange and Zanele Binase agreed to participate.

Publication Date:
Mon, 21 Sep 2020 - 16:45