Ladies and gentlemen, we can now declare: “NUL’s Robotic Egg Incubator, Pius the XII, is ready to hit the markets!” That is thanks to Electronic Engineers at the National University of Lesotho (NUL); Seforo Mohlalisi and Thabo Koetje!
In a nutshell, it controls temperature to the finest digits, it confines humidity to any required range, it turns the eggs by itself, it continually pumps water needed in the system during operations, it rings the alarm to warn you of dangerous conditions and, as a bonus, it keeps you on the loop about what’s going on; 24/7.
GRID ELECTRIFICATION CHALLENGES, PHOTOVOLTAIC ELECTRIFICATION PROGRESS AND ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY IN LESOTHO
Renewable and Sustainable Energy, 2012, Vol.16(1):973–980,
B.M. Taele (a), L. Mokhutšoane (b). Hapazari (c), S.B. Tlali (d) M. Senatla
(a) Department of Physics and Electronics, National University of Lesotho, Roma 180, Lesotho
(b) Rural Electrification Unit, Department of Energy, Maseru 100, Lesotho
(c) Department of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, National University of Lesotho, Roma 180, Lesotho
(d) Energy Research Centre, University of Cape Town, Private Bag, Rondebosch 7701, South Africa
It is an institution that will transform Lesotho at the core. And it is called the National University of Lesotho (NUL) Innovation Hub.
No doubt the college has seen ballooning levels of innovation under the current leadership of Professor Nqosa Mahao, the NUL Vice Chancellor!
“The NUL Innovation Hub will be a vehicle through which we will transform ideas into realities,” said Professor ‘Mathoto Lephoto, the NUL Pro-Vice Chancellor, as the concept was being introduced to the NUL senate.
Hers are just three products which she manufactures with a stamina of athletes and a patience of saints! They are pimple healing spray, lip-gloss and lip-balm. Taking after her own name, she calls them SOR products.
Her name is Selloane Odi Raleting, the National University of Lesotho (NUL) trained teacher and a self-proclaimed entrepreneurship enthusiast!
First, listen to her motto,” I hustle like a man, because I was told not to depend on one.”
Another week, another Solution from the National University of Lesotho (NUL)! This time it is from Leloko Lepolesa, a fifth year B.Eng Electronics student supervised by Mr Seforo Mohlalisi, and his smart electricity meter that tracks your electricity usage every second!
It is designed to save your hard-earned money. You will like it!
Here is how the system performs its tricks! It tracks the use of electricity in your homes and your organizations and it plots the usage for you on a graph as it happens or in real-time (as the elites will put it).