Have you ever wondered what happiness looks like to a mathematician? Now you can get the answer - based on functional magnetic resonance imaging and computational modelling.
Nailah Conrad and Tania Douglas describe in the Mail & Guardian how our division's activities in education and innovation in health contribute to develop effective health innovators.
Students intending to start MSc or PhD studies in the Division of Biomedical Engineering in 2015 are strongly encouraged to apply for an NRF Free-standing, Innovation and Scarce Skills Masters and Doctoral Scholarship. Applications must be submitted online before UCT's internal deadline of 4th August 2014. Applicants need to identify and contact a potential supervisor in the Division ahead of time to arrange a research proposal that is required for the application.