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Botswana
Botswana Institute for Technology, Research and Innovation (BITRI)
Type of Partnership:Faculty Partnership
Level of Participation (Faculty):Centre for Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing and Product Development Testing Station

Mr Marinus Potgieter, Email: cpotgiet@cut.ac.za

Prof Ryk Lues, Email: rlues@cut.ac.za
Funding Opportunities:DHET institutional funding, Erasmus+ Intra- Africa,  Capacity Building and SANORD funding


Botswana
University of Botswana
Type of Partnership:Institutional Partnership
Level of Participation (Faculty):Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, Department of Civil Engineering; Faculty of Management Science; Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences; Faculty of Humanities
Funding Opportunities:DHET institutional funding, Erasmus+ Intra- Africa,  Capacity Building and SANORD funding


Botswana
Botswana Open University
Type of Partnership:Institutional Partnership
Level of Participation (Faculty):Champions to be identified
CUT Champion:Champions to be identified
Funding Opportunities:DHET institutional funding, Erasmus+ Intra- Africa,  Capacity Building and SANORD funding

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Uploaded: 03 July 2019
CUT academic lends dental expertise to draft COVID-19 Infection Control Guidelines

CUT academic lends dental expertise to draft COVID-19 Infection Control Guidelines

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