Discover the latest achievements at Wits University in episode four of this exciting 60-second news video. Join us as we explore new achievements for staff and students in both research and innovation, as well as the renaming of a popular building on campus! Be inspired as this captivating visual journey unfolds, showcasing the remarkable impact of Wits University on the ‘glocal’ stage.Watch
Spotlight on energy: Rethinking science education
Educating science student-teachers about energy is vital in an era of climate change and sustainable development, and the curriculum should reflect the realities of practical science and scientists.Read the story in Curios.ty 15: #Energy
Professor Mary Scholes has been appointed as the Sappi Chair in Climate Change and Plantation Sustainability, a newly launched Research Chair that will identify critical research needs and develop research outputs related to climate change.
The new state-of-the-art Wits Brian and Dorothy Zylstra Sports Complex, a R250-million legacy investment from the Zylstra family and the Skye Foundation, will be a integrated facility for training, research, and clinical practice. Construction is expected to be completed by 2026.
The Brrrrr ... is here! How to stay warm this winter and reduce your risk of hypothermia, frostbite, and other cold-related illnesses like cardiovascular and respiratory diseases.
Wits and its partners in the Gauteng Research Triangle have started a pilot project to study the potential of introducing small portable solar power systems into informal housing communities to provide electricity.
The new Wits Innovation Centre (WIC) lies at the heart of the University’s innovation ecosystem that seeks to develop an ‘innovation mindset’ across all disciplines and boundaries. This is where brilliant minds come together to create, collaborate, and drive innovation.