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Roraima Garden Shopping hosts the closing of National Science and Technology Week

Roraima Garden Shopping hosts the closing of National Science and Technology Week

The event will take place from October 21-23 at Shopping in the Caçari district. – Images: Ascom/RGS

Through the main entrances to Roraima Garden Shopping, located in the eastern part of Boa Vista, science and technology will welcome users of the mall on October 21, 22 and 23, from 2 pm to 9 pm with information and studies on the 16th National Science and Technology Week in Roraima , promoted by the Federal University of Roraima (UFRR) in partnership with Embrapa and educational and research institutions.

There will be exhibitors with old and new technologies. “We already had an event like this in 2019 and the mall will provide support with a large, safe, air-conditioned space ready to receive adults and children to interact and participate in experiences,” said Ionara Santos, Marketing Analyst at Roraima Garden. the shopping.

The 16th National Science and Technology Week in Roraima began on the 17th with events at UFRR and will end with the Research Fair and Activities this weekend. According to the general coordinator, Bianca Boldrini, the entire event is funded by CNPq (National Council for Scientific and Technological Development), the Ministry of Science and Technology and the National Scientific Development Fund.

“Educational and research institutions here in the country IFRR [Instituto Federal de Roraima]UERR [Universidade Estadual de Roraima]And UFRR and Embrapa together and we will show some of the research or activities that we are developing at the university so that people who pass through the park can learn about our activities,” explained Bianca.

Works in paleontology, botany and zoology will be featured. Among the key technologies that will be presented to the public are biological nitrogen fixation (BNF), fertilization, biological control and extraction, which will be made available through graphic materials and sample presentation. The audience will be interacted with in talks about Embrapa Roraima’s work, at the sample exhibition and in workshops with children to spark interest in the sustainability of agricultural environments.

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