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IFRO Campus Gathering for National Science and Technology Week 2021 |  general

IFRO Campus Gathering for National Science and Technology Week 2021 | general

The Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Rondônia (IFRO) has nine fields together in the implementation National Science and Technology Week (SNCT) this year. Under the title “The Intersection of Science, Technology and Innovations on Planet Earth”, the event will be held at IFRO between October 6-8, 2021. This year the event brings together fields Porto Velho Calama, Puerto Velho, Northern District, Guajara Mirim, Ariquemes, São Miguel do Gaboré, Jaro, Guy Parana, Vilhena and Colorado de Oeste.

In SNTC 2021, face-to-face and remote activities are combined, with the aim of contributing to the popularization of science, dissemination of scientific knowledge and training on comprehensive actions aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) outlined in the 2030 Agenda.

Application deadline until September 30, through the link: https://www.even3.com.br/snctifro2021. It is also possible to participate by submitting papers, which will be published in the event records and book. Simple summary and full class submissions should be sent to the following email: [email protected]. employment Table There are more than 20 activities, including lectures, workshops and short courses.

To the head of the research department at Campus Vilhena and one of the event’s organizers, Allen Ramos Barbosa, said, “SNCT is a unique opportunity to spread science, discuss issues on the agenda and promote Literacy Scientific.” She adds: “For us, from Campus Vilhena is pleased to be able to collaborate in bringing this event, which this year will transcend the walls of our foundation, towards the indigenous and riverside communities of our state.”

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the teacher Campus Porto Felho Calama, Zegna de Castro Barbosa, also project coordinator, highlights “that we need to build a culture of cooperation, solidarity and intersectionality in our investigative approaches and, above all, an ethical commitment to life on Earth. Inclusive and collaborative actions for the development and transmission of scientific knowledge, such as those that Represented by this event, of great importance […]. The professor concludes that science more than ever needs to be valued and must be among the people.”

Registration is open to students, researchers and the community in general and can be done at https://www.even3.com.br/snctifro2021.