This is the Architectural Design of the much awaited National University of Lesotho (NUL) School of Engineering. With six stories, it will not only be the tallest building at the Roma campus, it will also be a catalyst for the upcoming boom in innovation and entrepreneurship in Lesotho. That is so, thanks to a high level cooperation between NUL, the Ministries of Education, Development Planning, Finance and a Consortium of Local Consultants.
Actually, the Government of Lesotho is pouring millions into the detailed architectural and program designs!
He is doing Masters of Science in Sustainable Energy at the National University of Lesotho (NUL). At the same time, he happened to fall in love with weaving. His aim is to rewrite the story of Lesotho’s weaving industry and to take it to the next levels.
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Rethabile Lesenyeho can take reed and mountain broom grass "mosea" and create the kind of weaves in furniture and basketry that will catch your eye with their natural appeal.
The National University of Lesotho (NUL) computer scientist, Napo Mosola and his student, Mokhutli Letsae, are creating and testing an application that prevents crooks from stealing and using your information online. To do this, he just needs a picture of your face!
This is happening as NUL computer experts get deeper and deeper into Artificial Intelligence.
They have been in the business of testing over the past 2 years and they have tested tens of products at the National University of Lesotho (NUL).
They have now purchased new additional equipment that is ready to determine presence and amounts of the various elements, chemical and biological, in your products.
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AN EFFICIENT LINEAR NUMERICAL SCHEME FOR THE STEFAN PROBLEM, THE POROUS MEDIUM EQUATION AND NON-LINEAR CROSS-DIFFUSION SYSTEMS
Proceedings of EQUADIFF 2017
MOTLATSI MOLATI∗ AND HIDEKI MURAKAWA†
∗Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, National University of Lesotho, P.O. Roma, 180, Lesotho (email@example.com).
†Faculty of Mathematics, Kyushu University, 744 Motooka, Nishiku, Fukuoka 819-0395,
This paper deals with nonlinear diffusion problems which include the Stefan problem,
The on-going study by the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Linguistics Masters student, Maky Letsie, was sparked by a whatsApp message from a friend (Refiloe Lephoi). Basotho, according to the message, call ATM “mochine,” laptop “mochine,” pencil sharpener “mochine,” nail cutter “mochine,” beautiful car “mochine,” washing machine, “mochine,” and a good student, “mochine.”
Of course there is nothing wrong with "mochine" since “all the above words have a machine-like element in them,” Maky said. “But can we introduce variety when giving names?”
The National University of Lesotho (NUL) has developed over 30 programmes and some have been offered a probationary accreditation status until the year 2023.
This was said by King Letsie III, Chancellor of the university, when delivering remarks at the 3rd annual general meeting of the 13th Council of the university held at Roma campus on Monday.
The King said two programmes have been offered full accreditation adding that these programmes have been developed during the term of office of the current Council.
BACTERIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF COMMERCIALLY FERMENTED SORGHUM BEVERAGES (Motoho) AGAINST SPOILAGE MICROORGANISMS IN MASERU
National University of Lesotho International Science, Technology and Innovation Conference and Expo (NULISTICE 2018), January 2018, 23-26, Maseru, Lesotho.
Teboho Lekatsa, Kebitsamang Joseph Mothibe*, `Mamakase Sello, Puseletso
Lekhema Department of Nutrition, Faculty of Health Sciences, National University of Lesotho, Roma 180, Lesotho. *Corresponding author: Phone: +266 6308 0372; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
wo famous former professors at the National University of Lesotho (NUL), Professor Sumitra Talukdar and her husband Professor David Ambrose (auguably the person who knows more about Lesotho than anyone in recent memory), recall their adventures in a new book. Here is a brief summary of the book:
LIFE IN THREE WORLDS: REMINISCENCES
It's time to enjoy the fruits of innovation at the National University of Lesotho (NUL). The year 2019 will be remembered as that in which the NUL Innovation Hub (NUL-i- Hub) entered the business space in this country. Hosting 12 businesses, the hub is poised to deliver more than 25 products to the market shelves around the country in 2019.
In class, Mphutlane Mositi picks a live frog he has reared and cuts through it with a sharp razer blade to expose a beating heart. In the process, he teaches his students how a real heart operates even as the heart expands and relaxes, pumping blood. It is just one of his live experiments that have made him a darling of students, teachers, parents and school principals.
He happens to be a former Biology and Chemistry student at the National University of Lesotho (NUL). And he is currently employed at Holy Names High School.
National Conference on 'Advanced Analytical Tools for Materials Characterization' (AATMC-2018)
© 2018 IJSRSET | Volume 5 | Issue 4 | Print ISSN : 2395-1990 | Online ISSN : 2394-4099
Themed Section: Science and Technology
Himanshu Narayan (1) *, Hailemicheal Alemu (2) , Lineo F. Maxakaza (2) , Sandesh Jaybhaye (3)
1 Department of Physics & Electronics, National University of Lesotho, Roma, Lesotho
2 Department of Chemistry & Chemical Technology, National University of Lesotho, Roma, Lesotho
Sechaba Makhetha, the National University of Lesotho (NUL) trained entrepreneur is the mastermind behind the famous Phola products. It is the local brand invading soft drink markets.
He has four products in the market as we speak. His thirst-quenching ice-guava is the newest. His purified bottled water refreshes like nothing you have put to test. His nectar-based juice is a repertoire of ten delicious flavours, you just choose. His 100% fruit juice is an array of five fine flavours that keeps you craving more.
Scientists at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) are working with Italian partners to develop tiles based on stones like the ones shown on the picture. This is the process.
1. Sandstones of Lesotho's molteno formation (the stones called maseru, after which Lesotho's capital city is named) are the most preferable.
2. They are then crushed into individual quartz particles.
3. The partcles are mixed with a specialised binder and taken through a process called vacuumvibrocompression.
Lesotho’s babies must be celebrating! Their food, which is ready for the market is called “khuisa” a Sesotho word for weaning. The baby food has been four years in the making by Mr Kebitsamang Mothibe and his team at the National University of Lesotho (NUL). “It is meant to address the problem of high malnutrition rate among children and babies in Lesotho,” Mothibe said.
As a bonus, khuisa will create a huge market for farmers to sell their crops.
Her perfumes are some of the newest creations in Lesotho’s untapped cosmetics market. The National University of Lesotho (NUL) educated Selloane Ody Raleting (SOR)’s business creates perfumes simply known in the market as SOR products. It is her unique brand. “People like my products,” she said. “I send them all over the country, I use Post Office for distant orders.”
Her perfumes, brewed slowly to blend the delicate ingredients, provide the smell that has a tendency to entice even the most skeptical of the souls.
They have a dream— and they have an ideal. It is neither Martin Luther King’s “dream” nor is it Nelson Mandela’s ideal which he hoped “to live for and to achieve.”
Invited by the sons and daughters of the soil, the National University of Lesotho (NUL) visionaries are coalescing with a number of native entrepreneurs and the ‘Mamathe community to pursue an unusual dream of the Organic City in the ‘Mamathe.