Nelson Mandela Bay innovators will benefit from computer numerical control (CNC) technology funded by an international collaboration project between various South African and European universities.
The latest Innovation Conversation that appeared in The Herald on 27 September 2016 and discusses the establishment of the Propella Business Incubator. Read the full … “Innovation Conversation: Ellen Fischat on Propella”
Propella Business Incubator’s innovative entrepreneurs will be able to connect to the rest of the world through a dedicated 100MB fibre link, the fastest business … “Telkom FutureMakers Hub launched at Propella Business Incubator”
The WeldCore® friction taper hydro-pillar welding and repair process was featured in a supplement of The Herald, Business in the Metro on 30 November.
Twerly, a streetlight that combines wind and solar to charge its batteries was featured in Business in the the Metro, a supplement of The Herald on … “Twerly: Bringing communities instant light and data”
Rubber Nano Products, a spin-off company of the NMMU was featured in The Herald supplement Business in the Metro on 30 November.
The automated guided vehicle (AGV) being developed within the NMMU was featured in Business in the Metro, a supplement of The Herald, on 30 November.
The partnership between Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) and Mohair South Africa is highlighted in an article published in The Herald supplement, Business in the Metro … “Partnership underpins lustre of ‘diamond fibre’”