“The Department of Science and Technology seeks to boost socio-economic development in South Africa through research and innovation. To achieve its goals, the Department provides leadership, an enabling environment and resources for science, technology and innovation. Through its Programmes (Administration; Technology Innovation; International Cooperation and Resources; Research Development and Support; and Socio-economic Innovation Partnerships) and several entities that work alongside it, the Department is accomplishing groundbreaking science and enhancing the well-being of all South Africans.” Learn more.
“The National Science and Technology Forum (NSTF) is the largest multi-stakeholder forum for science, engineering, technology (SET) and innovation organisations in South Africa. NSTF is a non-profit company that promotes SET and innovation and engages with related government policy issues.” Learn more.
“The AESOP+ multidisciplinary and intersectorial Erasmus Mundus consortium co-coordinated by the University Paul Sabatier-Toulouse 3 (France) and the University of the Western Cape (South Africa) is partnership composed by 10 European and 8 South African university partners, as well as six additional associate members. AESOP+ involves eight thematic fields and encourages the collaboration between different sectors applied to cultural and natural heritage.” Learn more.