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Renewable energy from Unisa project will save school many thousands of rands

Unisa’s Institute for Development of Energy for African Sustainability and the Unisa chapter of the student organisation: Engineers without Borders produce biogas to save school thousands of rands. Read more

Unisa to offer advanced training on membrane technology

On Thursday 28 August 2019, Unisa’s College of Science, Engineering and Technology launched the state-of-the-art iNanoWS Hollow Fibre Membrane Spinning System at the Science Campus. Read more

Exciting collaboration with China to focus on new energy

In-depth collaboration between Unisa and some of the foremost Chinese energy researchers is set to change the lives of the less privileged through new technologies. Read more

Research collaboration between Unisa and Ghent University yields results

Dr Lebea Nthunya has become the first student to graduate from the joint doctoral programme between the two universities. Read more

Unisa at the forefront of green and sustainable technology

The Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering is collaborating on an international conference that will deliberate on the challenges and opportunities faced by the energy sector in the wake of dwindling natural sources and increasing concern over climate change. Read more

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