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Science, Technology and Innovation Week is included in the official calendar of Guarapuava

Science, Technology and Innovation Week is included in the official calendar of Guarapuava

Bill 45 of 2023, approved in a second unanimous vote, puts Science, Technology and Innovation Week on Guarapuava’s official calendar. Authored by Bruna Spitzner (Podemos) and Nego Silvio (Podemos), according to the proposal, this is a way to promote public policies aimed at the innovation ecosystem of Guarapuava.

The fact is that now, annually, between October 16 and 22, the Municipal Week of Science, Technology and Innovation takes place in Guarapuava. In addition to composing the official calendar, the idea is that this campaign facilitates university and school events, such as seminars, lectures and various activities in schools, universities, arenas, theaters and other public facilities on the topic of science, technology and innovation.

According to the justification signed by the authors, the goal is to integrate the process of interest in the topics under discussion. Another possibility is to share news and exchange ideas, suggestions, products and trends in the region. She hopes that this publication will stimulate and create an enabling environment for entrepreneurship, innovative practices, and science.

Guarapuava 2035

One of the authors, Bruna Spitzner, said that the establishment of the Municipal Science, Technology and Innovation Week is one of the positive actions resulting from the Guarapuava 2035 Conference, held by the Guarapuava Science, Technology and Innovation Forum. This was one of the 62 proposals made during the event.

She also highlights that the idea is that this continues to stimulate Guarapuava’s innovation ecosystem. “It is another way to promote innovation in our municipality. Within these days, the Educatech journey will take off. The councilwoman called out a proposal that has already been approved by this council and has been endorsed, and it was proposed by councilmember Prof. Piya.

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