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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Monday, 16 July 2018
PhD Candidate Gordon Dodge
Gordon Dodge wins Rowing South Africa Administrator of the Year Award 2018

This year, CeBER PhD Student Gordon Dodge, was nominated for two prestigious Rowing South Africa awards – one of which he won in his category...

Publication Date:
Tuesday, March 20, 2018 - 13:00
Durga Madras Iyer
Durga Iyer wins the Toastmasters Humorous Speech Contest

Durga Iyer, a PhD student in CeBER, won the 2017 Toastmasters District 74 Division D Humorous Speech Contest on 7th November, 2017...

Publication Date:
Wednesday, November 8, 2017 - 12:15
CeBER Outreach 2017

On Friday the 13th October 2017, CeBER in conjunction with partners Zeiss Microscopy, visited Siyazhaka Primary School in Phillipe for the Centre’s annual community outreach programme...

Publication Date:
Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 15:30
WCCE10 2017
CeBER Attend WCCE10

CeBER participated in the 10th World Congress of Chemical Engineering (WCCE10) which took place from the 1st-5th of October 2017 in Barcelona...

Publication Date:
Tuesday, October 10, 2017 - 14:45