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Topic: Market oriented and user focused product development Content: What is the market need? User/customer involvement Competitor analysis- Unique Selling Propositions–what are your product’s advantages?- Product positioning Design & Branding The role of multi­‐disciplinaryteams Date: Monday 14th of November, 2011 at 2PM Venue: Food Science & Technology Conference Hall Students & staff of the following Schools...
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Makerere Art Gallery/Institute of Heritage Conservation and Restoration on Thursday, 13 October, 2011 was privileged to have the new Swedish Ambassador Urban Anderson open an exhibition APPLIED THEORIES OF EXPANDING MINDS, a video installation by visiting Swedish students Rut Karin Zettergren, Lena Bergendahl and Jennifer Rainsford. The exhibitors are former students of the Margaret Trowell...
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A Group Exhibition by Ssekibaala Andrew, Omadi Michael, Bomboka Henry, Bukenya Tony, Balaba Edward, Bukenya Paul, Mpindi Ronald Opening on Friday, 4th November, 2011, at 5 pm Seven outstanding ceramists are displaying their newest works. The artists present creative and innovative designs in ceramics while also focusing on the exploration of traditional Ugandan techniques and...
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The Centre for Research in Transportation Technologies (Vehicle Design Project), College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology, Makerere University has successfully conducted the first test drive of its flagship concept, the 2-seater Electric vehicle.   Code named the Kiira-EV, the flashy green vehicle made its first test runs around campus roads on the bright Tuesday, 1st...
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This list includes BSc Telecommunication Engineering, BSc Electrical Engineering and BSc Construction Management, which were missing in the previous list. The students who are missing in the list are urged to contact the CEDAT  registrar by Monday 31st October 2011. Makerere University COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, DESIGN, ART AND TECHNOLOGY A LIST OF STUDENTS GRADUATING IN...
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