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Wits University Feb 13
: Happening today at the Wits Club
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Wits_News Feb 12
A project led by with and will design and install constructed wetlands (CWs) in Alexandra township. CWs are artificial swamps that can drain/treat wastewater and thus improve hygiene and prevent waterborne disease.
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Wits_News Feb 12
📝ENROL TODAY for the free online course on platform: Postgraduate Academic Literacy for Management and Business Students. ℹ
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Wits_News Feb 11
is the single largest threat to South Africa’s economy. Why is the energy generator in so much trouble? asks Rod Crompton, Adjunct Professor in the African Energy Leadership Centre : 💡
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Wits_News Feb 11
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Wits_News Feb 11
In this article from 2018, Ndoni Mcunu, PhD-candidate at the shares the reality of why are there so few black . 💡👩🏾‍🔬 via
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Wits_News Feb 11
Amélie Beaudet, research fellow in palaeontology shares her advice on what it takes to be a 💡📰
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Wits_News Feb 11
👩🏾‍🔬To all women scientists and researchers: Happy International Day of Women and Girls in Science!
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Wits_News Feb 10
Where is the boundary between South Africa's winter and summer zones? It is not THAT clear, but it matters, write Jennifer Fitchett, Chris Curtis and Sarah Roffe. 📰 via
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Wits_News Feb 4
prove the long-held theory that lasers can create fractals. by Professor Andrew Forbes 📰 via
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Wits_News Feb 5
High levels of , among babies, children and adolescents, are associated with potential harm. by Catherine Draper, , and others. via
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Wits_News Feb 6
Why delays to fixing health care are bad news for South Africans. The release of a final report about the state of competition in South Africa’s private health sector has been delayed again. by Wezile Chitha 📰 via
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Wits_News Feb 6
Weighing up the costs of treating ‘lifestyle’ in South Africa. on the increasing need to treat people who have , , and hypercholesterolaemia to try to prevent their consequences. 📰 via
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Wits University Feb 7
💀🥽⚒️ on : Renowned paleoanthropologist Prof from Wits, in partnership with announced a world-first virtual reality (VR) app to view “bones that are shaking up our family tree”:
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Wits University Feb 6
[ATTENTION] staff and students are required to report to their workstations and classes even if they are slightly delayed. CPS is clearing roads and securing lecture theaters so that University activities can continue. Carry your student and staff cards with you. Report incidents
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Wits University Feb 6
❗️IMPORTANT NOTICE: Students and Staff of Wits University please note that the academic programme and all university activities will go ahead as planned today on 7 February 2019. Please ignore informal messages from unverified sources. Thank you Senior Executive Team
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Wits_News Feb 6
Replying to @WitsUniversity
Please use Sturrock Park Entrance as well.
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Wits University Feb 6
[ALERT] Staff and students please use Enoch Sontoga entrance at the Chamber of Mines Building And Station Street to access the Braamfontein campuses instead of Yale Road North and South. Thank you
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Wits University Feb 6
ALERT: Students and Staff please note that the academic programme and all University activities go ahead as planned today. Please ignore any unofficial messages from unverified sources.
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Science News Feb 6
Fractals commonly show up in nature. Now physicists have found these complex, self-repeating patterns in a very unnatural spot: laser light.
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