Ian Nyasha Mutamiri is passionate about leveraging quality technology for social benefits and inspiring young men and women to dream and create. He holds BSc. and MPhil. degrees in Engineering, and is currently pursuing his Doctorate degree in Computer Science. He is an active innovator locally and internationally and works at grassroots levels going up.
This year’s Zimbabwe Africa Science Week’s activities are designed to serve underrepresented groups in STEM which include disadvantaged communities, women and children; as well as to highlight the significance or importance of innovation in Science and Technology as an economic enabler.
“Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics—STEM, and therefore, STEM education —are vital to our future—the future of our country, the future of our region and the future of our children.” – Professor W. Parawira (Microbiology, Biotechnology)