CREST covers the broad fields of bibliometrics and scientometrics, research on higher education knowledge production, human resources in science and technology, research evaluation and impact assessment studies and studies on the communication patterns of scientists.Continue reading →
CST-SA is an association of organisations and individuals (from both the private and public sectors) who are actively involved in the science and technology of cereals. CST-SA is South and Southern Africa’s official link to the ICC (International Association for Cereal Science and Technology), AACCI (AACC International) and the international cereal science and technology community at large.Continue reading →
Space regulation for the long-term sustainability of outer spaceContinue reading →
The SA Council for Automation & Control (SACAC) facilitates the interchange and dissemination of information about leading edge technologies and their application locally and internationally. This is done through organising symposiworkshops and other regular events.Continue reading →
The SA Clinical Technology Association (SACTA) protects, upholds and develops the profession of Clinical Technologists in South Africa. It is recognized by the relevant authorities like the HPCSA, DOH, Medical Aid Schemes, Universities and various other regulatory bodies as the collective body for Clinical TechnologistsContinue reading →
The South African Sugar Technologists’ Association (SASTA) is a technical society for persons engaged in the South African sugar industry. Its main objective is to promote the exchange of scientific knowledge related to sugarcane agriculture and the processing of sugarcane products.Continue reading →
The National Science and Technology Forum (NSTF) is a broadly representative umbrella stakeholder body for organisations with an interest in science, engineering, technology (SET) and innovation.
The NSTF is the largest, most longstanding and most representative stakeholder body of its kind. It represents more than 100 organisations, councils and institutions. It spans both the private and public sectors.
The Institute of Professional Engineering Technologists is committed to:
The advancement of technologists of all engineering disciplines by representing them and promoting matters affecting them on a national and international basis.
Obtaining due recognition for engineering technologists in all spheres of society and improving public relations for them.
Consulting with and providing the Engineering Council of South Aftica with information and advice affecting engineering technologists.
Promoting the education and training of engineering technologists through liaison with the relevant educational institutions and employers and the encouragement of professional development.
Encouragement of communication between societies with engineering technologists amongst their members and the Institute by regular liaison, consultation and other suitable means.
The study of proposed legislation affecting engineering technologists and initiating any necessary action. Strive for a unified engineering profession.
The SAIMC is driving the recognition of Automation, Instrumentation, Mechatronics and Control as enablers for effective and efficient application of new technologies.Continue reading →
To contribute to the improvement of life of Southern African nations by improving scientific knowledge and skills through the utilization of interactive living science and technology discovery centres (S&T centres).
SAASTEC is recognised by the South African Department of Science and Innovation (DSI) as representing interactive science centres in the country.