College of Science, Engineering & Technology

Unisa assists SAPS to fight cybercrime - focusing on the youth

Prof Elmarie Kritzinger told the South African Police Service Cybercrime Conference that it was vital that all cyber users were made aware of how to protect themselves and their information. Read more

Greener pastures beckon as former gardener graduates

Years of hard work, perseverance and a helping hand from former employers who recognised his potential saw former gardener Patrick Malesu graduating with a National Diploma in Electrical Engineering at Unisa during June. Read more

Driven and creative

Unisan Dr Ndivhuwo Ndou is a senior lecturer in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. Find out what makes him tick. Read more

Particularising transformation

One needs to be aware of the specific types of issues that emerge when people and technology interact, says Prof Kirstin Krauss from Unisa's Department of Computing. Read more

What's 4IR doing underground?

A seminar to be held by Unisa and Baletsema Mining Services at the end of May promises to drive an ongoing conversation that ensures that SA readies itself to integrate the Fourth Industrial Revolution into the country's daily mining practices. Read more

Galaxy Guardians and I-SET go international

These 'super ❼' learners from Carnarvon High School in the Northern Cape will be travelling to Montevideo, Uruguay, next week to proudly represent South Africa at the Open Robotics Championships! Read more

Africa's next generation of physicists

Unisa's Dr Opeyemi Odutemowo is among the 580 dynamic young scientists across the world nominated to take part in a unique celebration of scientific exchange at the 69th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. Read more

A potent mix for a power couple

It was chemistry that brought professors Ajay and Shivani Mishra together but it is "the chemistry beyond chemistry" that has propelled them and their careers ever since they completed their first joint research project. Read more

Megaboost for brain circulation

Prof Ajay Kumar Mishra of Unisa's NanoWS research unit has received R900 000 funding under the SA (NRF)/Russia (RFBR) Joint Science and Technology Research Collaboration 2019. Read more

Bumper crop of Unisa finalists in the NSTF-South32 Awards

No fewer than seven Unisa academics have been announced as nominees, some in multiple categories, for the prestigious 2018/2019 NSTF-South32 Awards that recognises outstanding contributions to science, engineering and technology, and innovation. Read more