Designed as a forum for quantum scientists from different fields to connect, collaborate and innovate, the WitsQ site is now live.
Launched in Africa in 2019, IBM’s Quantum Computing Program has made strides of late as it pushes to develop more emerging technologies.
The 5G Innovation Lab will create a live environment to assist with the development of local solutions leveraging the new broadband standard.
Wits students will need to purchase a R5 Vodacom SIM and RICA it in order to get access to the free monthly data.
The dashboard looks at more statistics than simply number of confirmed cases and deaths locally.
The newly announced operation will be run by Wits’ Molecular Sciences Institute, in partnership with the Cirrus Initiative.
In support of the much-needed 4IR skills, Huawei gave bursaries to ICT and engineering postgraduates at Wits University.
Quantum computing gets another push in Africa.
Wits students have referenced the Hardship Fund during recent protests, but what is it exactly?
Wits University students have started protesting, vowing to continue if demands are not met.
Prospective first year students should stick to deadlines for accepting university offers, so they don’t find themselves disappointed.
Siemens together with Wits University’s Tshimologong Precinct have launched the Digital Mining Incubator for mining students.
Conducted in conjunction with the Tshimologong Precinct, three Wits students awarded for solution that targets first-time traveler to Africa.
There are many free online courses currently available in South Africa. Here’s just some of them.
The Wits University SRC has called on students across the country to join the National Day of Action.
The BCX innovation programme will give startups financial and mentorship support.
The protest at Wits University has not interrupted the academic programme.
Scientists from Wits Univeristy used fitness trackers designed to monitor the sleep patterns of elephants in the wild