The development of discussion, research and technology is one of the main objectives of the 16th National Week of Science and Technology in Roraima, held on Monday, 17th, at UFRR (Federal University of Roraima).
The event will be held until October 23, in the Biological Sciences Hall at UFRR. The meeting is open to the school community as students and teachers of basic, technical and technological education and the Roraima community.
Faperr (Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de Roraima) participated in the discussion, represented by the President of the Foundation, Pedro Sereno, as well as professors and students from various university courses.
Under the title “The Bicentennial of Independence: 200 Years of Science, Technology and Innovation in Brazil – From the Independence of Brazil to the Scientific Technological Emancipation of the State of Roraima”, the participants published the scientific results produced by educational institutions in Roraima, appreciating the achievements of the country’s researchers.
For Cerino, the 16th National Science and Technology Week provides more opportunities for innovation and highlights research conducted in Roraima. “It is a great event, and it undoubtedly only enhances our research. Faber with open arms for future support and programs to be implemented soon,” he said.
The 5th edition of Semei (Entrepreneurship and Innovation Week), held by IFRR (Federal Institute of Roraima) started on Wednesday, 17th, under the theme “Promoting Entrepreneurship Education and Innovation for IFRR Servers and Students”.
The course, which will run until October 21, encourages entrepreneurship and innovative practices in the institute’s sectors. Faperr was represented at the event by technical advisors, who gave a presentation on the Centelha programme, established by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MCTI) and now coordinated by the newly established funding agency in Roraima.
According to Centelha Program Coordinator in Roraima, Elemar Favreto, IFRR Entrepreneurship and Innovation Week is an event that seeks to bring the academic world closer to the business world.
“It is an opportunity for many innovative ideas to emerge in the discussions. In this sense, the Centelha Roraima program is proving to be a difference in promoting these ideas within the Roraima STIs,” Favrito explained.
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