Here we provide you with a summary of the key aspects of our work in the form of news articles, blogs, tweets and publications.
In this new section of the krisp.org.za website, the idea is that anyone with 15 minutes to spare can learn about our work and its application in everyday life.
KRISP Newsletter - 2019-09-03
This month, we focus on the launch of KRISP Sale Brochure 2019-2020 and the launch of KRISP Business Development Unit. These two initiatives aim to provide access to high-quality, output-driven, customer-centric and cost-effective genomics services in Africa.
Daily News - 2019-08-07
A ground breakin study conducted by scientist from the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN), the KwaZulu-Natal Research Innovation & Sequencing Platform (KRISP) and the Africa Health Research Institute (AHRI) has given new hope to policy makers on the frontline of the fighting the disease that proves that scaling up antiretroviral therapy (ART) coverage can reduce the cases of TB.
SASBi Newsletter - 2019-08-02
This month at the SASBi newsletter KRISP at UKZN is featured as a key organization that is reversing brain drain in Africa and achieving scientific excellence! The newsletter also highlights Genomics Africa, our initiative with DIPLOMICS, the SASBi student council updates and some of the wild-cats' scientists (Yumna Moosa, San Emmanuel James and Upasana Ramphal) at KRISP. This is the coolest part of the newsletter and we really encourage you to read it...
KRISP Newsletter - 2019-08-01
This month, we focused our newsletter we focus on the launch of Genomics Africa, a KRISP & DIPLOMICS initiative to provide access to high-quality, output-driven, customer-centric and cost-effective genomics services in Africa . In our newsletter, we highlight the Genomics Africa activities on Human Genomes, Animals & Plants and Pathogens & Microbes. We want to challenge the status quo and allow the genomics revolution to benefit Africa.
KRISP News - 2019-07-30
In order to showcase our services and promote collaboration and we are doing road shows at two other UKZN campus in July. We will be at the Westville campus (29-30 July) and at the Pietermaritzburg Campus (30-31 July).
Durban SPARK Innovation Breakfast - 2019-07-30
Durban SPARK Innovation Breakfast presentation by Prof. Collen Masimirembwa, President and Chief Scientific Officer: African Institute of Biomedical Science & Technology, Tuesday, 30 July 2019(7:30am - 8:30), K-RITH building, Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, UKZN, Durban, South Africa. All welcome!
Zandili Sibisi - 2019-05-01
Yumna Moosa - 2017-07-28
Nicolette Crozier, Benjamin Chimukangara, Veron Ramsuran - 2017-07-25
Megan Druce - 2016-04-18
Sthembiso Msweli - 2016-04-17
Megan Druce, Zandile Sibisi & Sthembiso Msweli - 2015-04-23
Siva Danaviah - 2014-10-14
Rachael Dellar - 2014-10-13
From Tulio de Oliveira, date: 2019-03-31, duration: 00:02:57
From Veron Ramsuran, date: 2019-03-31, duration: 00:03:13
From Jennifer Giandhari, date: 2019-03-31, duration: 00:03:55
From Maryam Fish, date: 2019-03-31, duration: 00:03:49
From Deseree Rajpal, Sahil Tulsi, Veron Ramsuran, Jennifer Giandhari, Nicolette Crozier and Tulio de Oliveira, date: 2018-08-13, duration: 00:04:02