MUST students scooped 2nd position during the Konza Smart Cities Challenge. #InnovateAtKonza

Annrose Wanjiru and Esther Wambui both BSc. Computer Technology students in their 3rd Year, presented a concept titled ‘BlockHealth’. This is a study on how blockchain technology can be incorporated into integration of data in the healthcare industry.

Blockchain can be defined as a decentralized digital ledger keeping records of transactions taking place across a peer-to-peer network. This form of technology in its vast spectrum has many minds, corporations and institutions studying it closely and aiming to match it to societal problems as a remedy. Our students are in on this.

Meru University of Science and Technology is keen on providing and supporting innovative technologies and research.  As an institution, we believe in quality education blended with research and innovation as quality tools to providing positive change.

Our students are trained to identify problems and come up with lasting solutions.

Huge congratulations to Ms. Wanjiru and Ms. Wambui for embracing research and innovation. The MUST community is proud of you. If you are looking for a university that values innovation, look no further. Welcome to Meru University of Science and Technology.