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UJ engineering researcher Esther Akinlabi selected to SA Young Academy of Science (SAYAS)

Prof Esther Akinlabi tried to follow her father into Civil Engineering, but switched to Mechanical Engineering, investigating ways of joining and reinforcing different metals. In August she was selected as a member of the South African Young Academy of Science(SAYAS). (read more)

 

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