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Cracking a code wins this NMMU boffin R10 000

Read how Byron Batterson won R10 000 in a coding competition.

Click: www.heraldlive.co.za/news/2017/02/10/cracking-code-wins-nmmu-boffin-r10-000/

 

Student gee sy beurs van R90 000 weg

Read more about the reasons behind this humanitarian behavior.

Click: www.netwerk24.com/Nuus/Onderwys/student-gee-beurs-vir-iemand-wat-dit-nodig-het-20170209

 

International Opportunity for NMMU Computing Sciences Students

Read more about the Hub for Education on ICT for Sustainability (HEdIS).

Click: //news.nmmu.ac.za/News/International-opportunity-for-NMMU-Computing-Scien

 

Dr Brenda Scholtz visits Oldernburg University 

Read more about her visit.

Click: https://hedis-project.org/dr-brenda-scholtz-visits-oldenburg/

 

Amir Saleh Zadeh gives contribution to the BCX Manufacturing Event

Read more about his planery presenatation on Direct-Neaural Interactions (eg brain and pulse).

Click:  http://www.heraldlive.co.za/business/2017/06/22/fast-paced-change-hi-tech-world/

 

Honours student Faith Moyo's  story told at a photo exhibition at the Bird Street Art Gallery.

Read more about her story and the reasons behind this photo story telling exhibition.

Click: http://www.netwerk24.com/soek/Faith%20Moyo

 

Mandela University Computing Sciences Department hosted 60,Young African Women in Computing (YAWiC) this August.

Read more about this wonderful initiative.

Click: http://www.heraldlive.co.za/

Golden smiles as Grey boys win the Programming Competition organised by the Department.

Read more by visiting "The Heralds" news site.

Click: http://www.heraldlive.co.za/