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Marina Joubert pioneered a science communication unit at South Africa’s National Research Foundation and expanded its activities extensively before starting out as an independent science communication consultant in 2005. She teaches science communication and media skills to scientists and research students, and lectures occasionally in science journalism at two local universities. Marina has a Masters’ degree in Food Science from the University of Pretoria, as well as a postgraduate (Honours) degree in journalism from Stellenbosch University. She is passionate about sharing science with society, especially with young people in developing countries.
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I am happy to see as a friend in this site. I am also happy to you were a student of pretoria because I was also submitted an application at University of Pretoria for PhD on Climate Change last year, even I admitted but unfortunately till now I have not found any funding. This year I also submitted an application to Climate System Analysis Group, University of Capetown, the application is in the process. If you have any information about fellowship opportunity please kindly inform me.