Imagine how Mr Matela Ramakhula, the National University of Lesotho (NUL)’s Analyst Programmer will have his virtual laboratory benefit students. A student in a remote high school without a physical laboratory picks up his cellphone, “enters” into a virtual laboratory, does chemical experiments, and then closes the app.
If you don’t believe us, how about you buy your copy online at Amazon and start reading? The book is already touching the worldwide audience! Kefase Joshua Hlajoane, or just “Kefase” as he is popularly known among his former school-mates, is the National University of Lesotho (NUL) graduate who breathed life into this literary marvel.
Nanotechnology Development, vol 2, no 1 (2012) Himanshu Narayan, Department of Physics and Electronics, National University of Lesotho, Lesotho | email@example.com Hailemichael Alemu , Department of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, National University of Lesotho, Lesotho Daniel N. Alotsi , Department of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, National University of Lesotho, Lesotho Lebohang Macheli , Department of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, National University of Lesotho, Lesotho Madhavi Thakurdesai, Department of Physics, Birla College, India Sandesh Jaybhaye, Department of Chemistry, Birla College, India Arvind Singh , National Centre for Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology, University of Mumbai, Mumbai, India
So you will soon have an opportunity to lay your hands on one or two pharmaceutical capsules developed at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) by Mrs ‘Maseabata Ramathebane, a senior lecturer at the School in the Roma Valley! In the process, you might find a product that soothes your pains and diabetes, eases your cough and act against your high blood.
With this material, developed at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) by one Setlhare Jane, you can replace ceramics with ceramic-like spectacles, plastics with plastic-like wonders and organic paints with paint-like marvels. “When I realized that I could actually replace liquid plastics with this simple and low cost material, I and my supervisor knew something huge was unfolding,” Setlhare Jane (+266 58539177), a Research Assistant at the NUL said.
In the competition were numerous students from 60 opulent African Universities. In the end, Bohloeki Senyane, was one of the top two in the area of Economics. She had effectively booked her ticket to Brussels, Belgium. When this National University of Lesotho (NUL) student entered a Tuning Africa competition, she thought her chances were minimal if existent at all.
IMA Journal of Applied Mathematics, Volume 75, Issue 2, Pages 269–290 J. A. Cuminato ( Departamento de Matemática Aplicada e Estatística, Instituto de Ciências Matemáticas e de Computacão, Universidade de São Paulo, PO Box 668, 13560-970 São Carlos, SP, Brazil), A. D. Fitt ( School of Mathematics, University of Southampton, Southampton SO17 1BJ, UK) M. J. S. Mphaka ( Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, National University of Lesotho, PO Roma 180, Maseru 100, Lesotho)
Okay, so you are worried that your cherished car may be stolen by thieves, or be taken by any of your mischievous family members, without your permission?Relax, this guy, Ts’itso Nkhabu, the National University of Lesotho (NUL) trained and self-proclaimed instrumentation enthusiast, has developed a system that will keep thieves’ hands off your car! You just need a pin!
It turns out Basotho have a loooong love affair with sorghum (mabele)! Yet the company being incubated at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) is taking the taste of mabele to the next level! Last week, the company, Healthily Baked Pty Ltd, launched mabele products—biscuits, rusks and muffins—which are ready to hit the local shelves!