Innovus Newsletter 44th Edition

Innovus Newsletter 44th Edition

Stellenbosch University LaunchLab appoints new CEO

The Nedbank Stellenbosch University LaunchLab has appointed social entrepreneur Joshua Romisher. Read More.

SU innovations in Business Insider’s top 10 for past decade

Three SU innovations included on BI’s list of top innovations: a shark safe barrier; a shipping container. Read More.

Phenomenal PhenoLAB: A first for SA winemakers

In January 2020, researchers at Stellenbosch University with the support of Innovus, launched a user-friendly platform. Read More.

SUNOnline offers short course participants a seamless learning experience

SUNOnline, Stellenbosch University’s(SU) new short courses electronic platform, has gone live and ready to provide a seamless online learning experience to participants who need access to the more than 500 SU short courses that are annually available. Read More.

Techitez: Geasy smart smart geyser controller device

Geysers are responsible for between 30% and 50% of household electricity and very energy-hungry. Read More.

From biology to trademarks - finding his dream job

He started his academic career exploring structures and functions of cells and proceed to study law. Read More.

Innovus honours its inventors Celebrating SU's Researchers

Innovus acknowledged and awarded their inventors with special awards and certificates. Read More.

University Technology Fund a First for Africa

Stellenbosch University (SU) and the University of Cape Town will be co-investing with the newly established R150-million University Technology Fund (UTF) that was set up by the SA SME Fund in its endeavour to partner with South African universities to commercialise the technologies and business ideas that airse from these unversities. Read More.

African Sun Media rings in the changes

A proud Stellenbosch University entity, African Sun Media has been ringing in the changes, and in so doing, putting SU at the fore of scholarly publishing. Read More.