About CeBER
About CeBER
CeBER strives to equip scientists at the postgraduate level with expertise that will allow them to excel in every sector of the bioprocess arena, from research to industry. Our goal is to provide for and transform South Africa with an advancing...
Algae under a Microscope
Research Areas
CeBER have five main research areas which include: Algal Biotechnology; Mineral Bioprocessing; Biocatalysis & Bioproducts; Water & the Environment; and Engineering Aspects of Bioprocesses.
Chemical Engineering Building
Chemical Engineering
Home to the largest national research programme, the Chemical Engineering Department provides a range of research opportunities that help tackle social and environmental challenges in South Africa, Africa and the world.
Prof. Sue Harrison
CeBER is home to an array of researchers that supervise and add expertise to projects within the Bioprocess Engineering sector. This diversity spans everything from reactor design to microbial engineering.
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Saturday, 24 June 2017
CeBER Outreach 2016
CeBER Outreach 2016

It was in the midst of campus chaos that CeBER, in partnership with Zeiss Microscopy, embarked on this year’s visit to Siyazhaka Primary school.This community outreach programme has become an annual excursion...

Publication Date:
Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 15:15
Brewing UCT Winners 2016
Brewing UCT: Winners of SAB Intervarsity Beer Brewing Competition 2016

Brewing UCT once again dominated the SAB Intervarsity Beer Brewing Competition in a consecutive, astounding win...

Publication Date:
Monday, September 12, 2016 - 08:00
Professor Sue Harrison
Launch of Future Water Institute

On the 8th September 2016, CeBER joined Prof Sue Harrison and the UCT community in launching the Future Water Institute at UCT...

Publication Date:
Friday, September 9, 2016 - 08:30
CeBER Research Day 2016

CeBER’s 7th annual Research Day was received with appreciation as postgraduate students, staff and guests convened off-campus for a day of research revelry...

Publication Date:
Monday, September 5, 2016 - 14:15