“This award means so much to me. It is an extra compliment and honour for the work that I am doing.”
Like in the past, the North-West University (NWU) will again in 2019 be bursting at the seam with first-year students. Just over 52 000 applications were received for the 2019 academic year, of which just more than 16 600 prospective students were provisionally accepted.
Those who have the privilege of bringing a child into this life want to ensure that their baby receives the best possible healthcare and that abnormal health issues are diagnosed and addressed as soon as possible if this occurs.
In the 21st century Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become a buzz word and Hollywood has sparked our interest into machine learning and how it will affect us, as humans.
The Southern African Institute for Occupational Hygiene (SAIOH) recently awarded Dr Stefan Linde, senior lecturer in the Faculty of Health Sciences and member of the Occupational Hygiene and Health Research Initiative (OHHRI), as well as one of his master’s students, Robyn Hyslop, for their research excellence in the field of occupational hygiene.
While most people will be at home relaxing this festive season, a number of graduates from the Youth Empowerment Organisation (YEO) will be doing their bit to help the less fortunate.
The Sanlam Auditorium on the campus in Potchefstroom was buzzing with excitement as 500 researchers from the North-West University (NWU) attended the first Biennial Research and Innovation Conference.
During 2018 the North-West University (NWU) continued on its course of excellence and added numerous accolades to its already impressive trophy cabinet.
The North-West University (NWU) recently hosted the annual fair of the national Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research (CAIR), a national research network that supports capacity development and advanced research in Artificial Intelligence (AI).
All the facts and figures around public health add up neatly for Prof Andries Monyeki. He has been appointed to the council of the official keepers of statistics in the country, Statistics South Africa (Stats SA).
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