South African Students' e-Waste System a Million Dollar Idea?
An electronic waste management system which earned Nobuhle Ndebele, Lindokuhle Nene, Reitumetse Nkhahle and Gauta Matlou the top spot at the 2019 Hult Prize Challenge may be enough for the four Rhodes University PhD Chemistry students to win a U.S.$1 million startup injection for their business idea.
News24Wire, 1 May 2019
Four Rhodes University PhD Chemistry students have come out tops in the 2019 Hult Prize Challenge for their electronic and electrical waste management system, putting them in line… Read more »
South Africa: Rhodes University Students Win International Accolade
Rhodes University, 24 April 2019
Four Rhodes University PhD Chemistry students were awarded the top position in the 2019 Hult Prize Challenge for their electronic and electrical waste management system. Team… Read more »
Rhodes University's Team E-Smart: Nobuhle Ndebele (24), Lindokuhle Nene (25), Reitumetse Nkhahle (26) and Gauta Matlou (29).
The facility is expected to benefit the conservation of natural resources, the creation of green jobs, the reduction of risks from hazardous materials affecting human health and ... Read more »