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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Sunday, 26 September 2021
Durga Iyer achieves Distinguished Toastmaster Award

Durga Iyer, a CeBER PhD candidate, earned the Distinguished Toastmaster Award in August 2018...

Publication Date:
Fri, 24 Aug 2018 - 17:00
ARD Deep Science Discussion 2018
CeBER Deep Science Discussion: Acid Rock Drainage

On Monday the 13th August 2018, CeBER hosted and participated in a Deep Science discussion focussing on the environmental dilemma of Acid Rock Drainage...

Publication Date:
Thu, 16 Aug 2018 - 16:30
Prof Jill Banfield
Professor Jill Banfield Visits CeBER 2018

Prof Jill Banfield, CeBER Collaborator and Fellow of the UK Royal Society, has returned to CeBER for a much anticipated research visit from the 17th July to the 10th August...

Publication Date:
Wed, 08 Aug 2018 - 13:00
BRICS Young Scientist Forum 2018
Carol Ngwenya and Tynan Marais Represent CeBER at BRICS Young Scientist Forum 2018

From the the 25th-29th June, CeBER students Tynan Marais and Carol Ngwenya represented CeBER at the 3rd BRICS Young Scientist Forum...

Publication Date:
Fri, 06 Jul 2018 - 15:00