College of Science, Engineering & Technology

Africa's abundant natural gas to energise the continent

"I have a dream," said Unisa's Prof Touhami Mokrani at his inaugural lecture, "and if this dream materialises, we will never again experience darkness, load shedding and indoor pollution." Read more

Art walk attracts the Embassy of Portugal

HE Manuel Carvalho recently visited the Unisa Florida Science Campus not only to enjoy the mutually beneficial relationship between the arts and science, but also to establish a collaborative mission with Unisa. Read more

Unisa Science ArtWalk

The University of South Africa invites interested Unisa student artists, staff and alumni to participate in transforming the Unisa Science Campus in Florida, Johannesburg, with various types of public artworks that embody the sustainability principles of Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Read more

Nano maestro published in authoritative journal

Prolific author Professor Eno Effiong Ebenso recently published a review article in Coordination Chemistry Reviews, a high-impact journal. Read more

Unpacking the impact of Africa's energy crisis

In his inaugural lecture, the College of Science, Engineering and Technology's Prof Adedayo Ademola Yusuff said that tapping into renewable energy sources is a necessity in terms of the socioeconomic development of Africans. Read more

Unisan to deliver keynote at Sasol tech education conference

CSET’s Dr Patricia Gouws will be setting the tone at the Sasol 5th Annual Technical Teachers' Conference, comprising workshops and plenary presentations from leading local and international thinkers in 4IR and technical education. Read more

Producing high-quality research is the goal

Having advanced from a Y2 to a C2 NRF research rating, Prof Felix Bankole says that the recognition shows the impact and quality of his research outputs in the field of computing. Read more

Humble farm manure the key to addressing energy poverty

In his inaugural lecture, CSET's Prof Christopher Enweremadu discussed the prospects of using farm manure and solar radiation to provide the non-electrified population with access to quality energy. Read more

Established scholar aims high

After receiving a C2 re-rating by the NRF for his expertise in the field of engineering, Prof Xinying Liu says that he aims to work even harder to get a better rating next time. Read more

Talking science simply through FameLab

Master's student, Ginny Sasha Tito, rose to the challenge of communicating science to a general audience and took top honours at the Unisa heat of FameLab SA 2021. Read more