TALKING HIV/AIDS WITHIN THE GREEN ECONOMY AND DEVELOPMENT
This year (2016), the annual DUT Journal of Green Economy and Development (JGDE) Conference launched its Panel Session on HIV/AIDS where matters relating to HIV/AIDS within the green economy and development will be discussed.
The panel session will be held on a yearly basis within the conference which is hosted and organised by DUT in partnership with other stakeholders...
Despite load shedding being halted in South Africa, this year (2016) due to additional generation plant grids, South African researchers are still hard at work in a bid to find solutions to the power shortage issues plaguing the country, especially in rural areas.
Philani Khumalo, researcher and Electrical Engineering post-graduate student at DUT, said although the problem of load shedding in the country has been curbed...
The Faculty of Applied Sciences at the Durban University of Technology (DUT) hosted a guest lecture which was presented by Seema Kumar, Vice President of Innovation, Global Health and Policy Communication at Johnson & Johnson (J&J), on Monday (18 July 2016). Ms Kumar is based in New Brunswick in the USA and her responsibilities include communications regarding enterprise innovation, medical safety and ethics, policy, and global health.
TEN COMMANDMENTS OF PUBLISHING IN TOP TIER JOURNALS
The DUT Journal of Green Economy and Development (JGDE) Conference kicked off on Wednesday (13 July 2016) this week where among many topics concerning the green economy and sustainability, delegates were also educated on how to get their academic papers published in top tier journals.
Themed: Advancing new thinking on sustainability and wellbeing, the JGDE conference is being organised and co-ordinated by DUT’s Journal of Green Economy and Development (JGED).