Fossils for Africa by Professor Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan
This book explores Africa’s incredibly rich fossil heritage and shows the importance of these fossils in unravelling the history of life on Earth. Right here in Africa we have evidence of the earliest traces of life dating to about 3.8 billion years...
Rarer than rhino and just as prized by poachers
Critically endangered cycads are disappearing from the wild and botanical gardens, ripped up by the roots to feed the lucrative landscaping market. UCT researchers are using a novel method to help the Hawks combat the theft of these ancient plants.
125-million-year-old Changyuraptor sheds light on dinosaur flight
Palaeobiologist and Head of Biological Sciences, Prof. Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan, was part of an international team that recently described a new four-winged predatory dinosaur from China called Changyuraptor.


Sunday, 21 December 2014
Dr. Adam West, Jannes Landschoff(MSc), Robert Skelton (PhD), and Prof. Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan

Our department of biological sciences is just about two years old. Yesterday we held our first Biological Sciences Postgraduate Research Day.  In total, 18 presentations were made by our postgraduate students and covered a wide range of topics. 

Publication Date:
Friday, November 14, 2014 - 13:00

Her outstanding academic record and PhD project on bryophytes as indicators of climate change were important in her being one of the 25 people selected

Publication Date:
Thursday, November 6, 2014 - 17:30

The drongo, an African bird, deceives other species, including meerkats, by mimicking their alarm calls in order to scare them away and steal their abandoned food, according to UCT researcher Dr Tom Flower.

Publication Date:
Friday, May 2, 2014 - 09:45