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Federico Garcia Lorca's "Yerma"

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Written in 1934 by the much celebrated Spanish writer Federico García Lorca, "Yerma" is a poetic blend of contrasting moods through which Lorca probes the darker zones of human fears and desires. The play's rich mode of expression - infused with poetic imagery, song and movement - also celebrates natural instinct, sexual attraction, fertility, creation and procreation.
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Thursday, March 22, 2018 - 22:30
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UCT Laptop Policy: Protection of High Risk UCT portable devices and equipment (FG005)

It is vital that all staff/students who have been issued a UCT laptop, familiarise themselves with the attached policy.
Policy ignorance cannot be used as an excuse if your laptop is ever lost or stolen.

Please also refer to Policies and Guidelines on the staff website for more information.

Cloning and Protein expression

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Our cloning includes the classical way of cloning genes into different expression vectors by using restriction enzymes and the use of the more efficient Gateway cloning technology. Genes are inserted into appropriated vectors which are later used for recombinant expression of proteins of interest.
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Wednesday, March 21, 2018 - 14:45
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CUITO CUANAVALE – BURIED HISTORIES

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On Wednesday 28 March 2018, Simon Bright will talk about his experience of filming the 1988 battle of Cuito Cuanevale, when three South African Defence Forces battle tanks were destroyed by Angolans and Cubans.
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Tuesday, March 20, 2018 - 14:15
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Six flags to watch by Clem Sunter

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One of Summer School's most popular lecturers, Clem Sunter, revisits the high road/low road scenario for South Africa, citing six important flags to watch.
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Tuesday, March 20, 2018 - 14:15
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