Midlands State University students came second at the Zimbabwe Center for High-Performance Computing(ZCHPC) initiated National Student Cluster Building Competition held on the 25th of January 2022 at the University of Zimbabwe.
The MSU team developed a miniature computing system that aggregates power in a way that delivers higher performance in solving scientific, engineering and business problems.
This innovation was a response to a challenge set by the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary Education, Innovation, Science and Technology Development for students to be innovative and develop skills for the industrialisation and modernisation of the country.
A total of 48 students from the country’s eight state universities took part in the competition.
Minister of Higher and Tertiary Education, Innovation, Science and Technology Development, Professor Amon Murwira praised the students for developing innovative ideas and research that is competitive globally.
The University of Zimbabwe, Midlands State University and National University of Science and Technology were announced as the winners at the competition.
All the 48 participating students walked away with scholarships that covers the rest of their academic years.
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