Iowa State University’s central focus on Science and Technological research has resulted in some of the most iconic and ground-breaking inventions in human history. It was home to the world's first electronic computing device and tornado simulator along with a biomass production and processing farm, a first in the United States’ history. It also houses an on-campus supercomputer, Cyenze. The beautiful business centre of Des Moines serves as a great foundation for student development as it provides ample opportunities for industry experience. Money Magazine ranked Iowa State University in the top 12% of best value colleges in the United States. Its attractive appeal throughout the world sees an enrollment of around 35,000 students every year. The university comprises of a full-time experienced faculty, researchers and staff. The awarded programs are fractionated into several specialised colleges/faculties. These include Ivy College of Business, Colleges of Design, Engineering, Human Sciences, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Veterinary Medicine, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the Graduate College. The College of Engineering experienced the highest number of enrollment in 2018. It has some of the most innovative research centres, laced with modern amenities with the New Student Innovation Centre still due to be opened in 2020. Its strong alumni network comprises of 248,000 graduates and postgraduates spread across the globe in more than 150 countries.