The Namibia University of Science and Technology and University of Namibia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Tuesday that will see the institutions collaborating at a discipline level in computer science, engineering, and medicine; at the level of service provision in libraries and science laboratories; and at institutional level in research cooperation and quality assurance.NUST Acting Vice-Chancellor, Dr Andrew Niikondo said their collaboration objectives in these cases are to reduce duplication and redundancy, gain access to NSFAF funding, recruit international students, engage in advanced research, and utilise high-cost facilities.The MoU will also enable the two universities to share resources and to sustain high-cost programmes and facilities, strengthen constituent services, and penetrate new markets.