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Professor Tandi Matsha was awarded the National Science and Technology Foundation (NSTF) Data for Research Award at the National Science and Technology Foundation-South32 Awards – dubbed the ‘Oscars of Science’ for her work in identifying cardio-metabolic risk factors in South African populations of mixed ancestry and making that data available for reuse through the CPUT instance of Figshare, funded through the ilifu project.
Her name appears in:
Winners for 2018/2019 http://www.nstf.org.za/awards/winners/current/
National Science and Technology Foundation (NSTF) -South32 Awards finalists for 2018/2019 http://www.nstf.org.za/awards/finalists/current/
NRF press release page https://www.nrf.ac.za/media-room/news/congratulations-years-nstf-south32-awards-finalists
UCT eResearch page http://www.eresearch.uct.ac.za/eresearch/news/cput-researcher-honoured