South Africa and Japan could enrich their cooperation in the field of hydrogen fuel cell technology as the countries share commonalities in this regard.The Minister of Science and Technology, Naledi Pandor, accompanied Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa to Japan this week.
The Minister of Science and Technology (DST), Mrs. Naledi Pandor acknowledged the 2015 National Research Foundation (NRF) Awards recipients a ceremony held at the Coastlands Umhlanga Hotel and Convention Centre in Durban, Kwazulu-Natal on Thursday, 27 August 2015.
South African manufacturers need to adopt advanced manufacturing approaches in order to increase their competitiveness, according to Dr Phil Mjwara, Director-General of Science and Technology. Dr Mjwara was speaking at the 65th CIRP General Assembly, which opened on Monday, 24 August.
The Minister of Science and Technology, Naledi Pandor, has urged local companies and entrepreneurs to compete for global markets in important technology sectors.
In celebrating its 70th year of research, development and innovation, the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (the CSIR) has put together an informative and enriching programme for its 5th biennial conference.
The country's energy challenges have provided us with an opportunity to look differently at the use of hydrogen fuel cell technology (HFCT), says Department of Science and Technology (DST) Director-General Dr Phil Mjwara.
With the country's energy grid facing ongoing challenges, alternative power solutions have become crucial for South Africa. Hydrogen fuel cell technology (HFCT) has been identified as an alternative energy source.
Culture takes centre stage in call for abstracts for the 10th Africa Young Graduates and Scholars Conference 2016. For more information on how to submit abstracts