DELICIOUS INSTANT PORRIDGE BY NUL GRADUATES

 

Preparing it is easy. You just add hot water and you eat. But that is not the big thing about this instant porridge.The big thing is that it comes packed with nutrition and a fruity taste—and it is made by three National University of Lesotho (NUL) nutrition graduates. “For six months,” said Joalane Mohale, “we poured our hearts and souls into the development of this product—until we got there.”

This product is now on sale. You can even buy and resell it. (Catch them here: +266 59888173).

NUL LECTURER GOES NUTS

 

The belittling of Lesotho for being "small" drives him nuts. That is why he, ntate Sets’abi Sets’abi, Senior Lecturer at the National University of Lesotho (NUL) , has started planting 1500 almond trees (they give out almond nuts) in his quest to make Lesotho a nutty country. Let's hear from the horse's mouth.

"Almost every academic article and research report that you read on Lesotho starts with the same line "Lesotho is a small mountainous country that is completely surrounded by the Republic of South Africa".

NUL SCIENTISTS JOIN AN INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION TO BUILD AFRICA’S AFFORDABLE, ENERGY-EFFICIENT AND GREEN HOUSE

 

The prestigious international competition is called Solar Decathlon Africa (http://solardecathlonafrica.com/). The battle will be on who will build the best energy efficient house, with a zing of innovation, in a few days in Morocco. And the National University of Lesotho (NUL) scientists led by Dr Moeketsi Mpholo are part of the competition.

SHELF SPACE FOR NUL STUDENTS AT THE NUL INNOVATION HUB

 

Good news for innovative NUL students. Over and above the products it makes by itself, the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Innovation Hub will soon provide space for students to sell a variety of products which they have PRODUCED themselves. For instance, a student might be producing polish at small scale but be struggling to find a platform for selling it. NUL Innovation Hub will provide the space.

NUL GRADUATE ETCHES HIS MARK ON INTERNATIONAL PLATFORMS

 

Johannesburg-based author and former National University of Lesotho (NUL) student of Pharmacy, Robert Taolana, is about to release the next book, LIFE IN ALL ITS FULLNESS. The fine piece of work, which will be published in Johannesburg, South Africa, follows on the footsteps of his famous book, A TALENT PAY CHEQUE, which was published in London, in the United Kingdom.

His international adventures has seen him qouted among the best in Carpe Diem Qoutes.

NUL MADE APP TRICKS ONLINE THIEVES



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. 

NUL BASED RESEARCHER INVADES MASERU WITH LESOTHO’S FIRST MOBILE CARWASH



The solar-powered waste paper based mobile carwash will literally blow your mind! It is tiny, and it uses tiny amounts of water and it leaves no waste. Designed and manufactured by the ever-creative Charles Jane (CJ), a researcher at the National University of Lesotho (NUL), CJ Carwash cleans your car wherever it is. In your garage, office or mall parking lots; just about anywhere. It is driven by a little secret.

It uses tiny amounts of water and it leaves no dirty water on the floor!

AN EFFICIENT LINEAR NUMERICAL SCHEME FOR THE STEFAN PROBLEM, THE POROUS MEDIUM EQUATION AND NON-LINEAR CROSS-DIFFUSION SYSTEMS



Proceedings of EQUADIFF 2017
pp. 305–314

MOTLATSI MOLATI∗ AND HIDEKI MURAKAWA†

∗Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, National University of Lesotho, P.O. Roma, 180, Lesotho (m.molati@nul.ls).

†Faculty of Mathematics, Kyushu University, 744 Motooka, Nishiku, Fukuoka 819-0395,
Japan(murakawa@math.kyushu-u.ac.jp) (Corresponding author).

Abstract

This paper deals with nonlinear diffusion problems which include the Stefan problem,

"HAVE WE BECOME SLOW TO GIVE NAMES?” ASKS NUL STUDENT OF LINGUISTICS



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?”

CALL FOR BUSINESS PROPOSALS FOR THE SECOND PHASE OF THE NUL INNOVATION HUB!

The National University of Lesotho (NUL) Research and Innovations Committee has been tasked with overseeing the NUL Innovation Hub activities among other duties. The call is hereby made to all NUL staff members, NUL Students and NUL Graduates with existing innovative businesses that can be incubated within the second phase of the NUL Innovation Hub space. Businesses should have at least one of their members being affiliated with NUL as mentioned above.