Brazil’s National Science and Technology Week Kicks off This Monday

The 16th National Science and Technology Week (SNCT) begins today, October 21st, and will promote events throughout Brazil with the aim of providing greater visibility to the discoveries and innovations produced by Brazilian research institutions.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The goal is to promote this type of knowledge, often restricted to academics, to all citizens, particularly young people.

SNCT is an initiative of the Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovations, and Communications (MCTIC), in partnership with state and municipal secretariats in these fields, in addition to universities, schools and teaching and research institutions.

This year, SNCT's topic will be "Bioeconomy: diversity and wealth for sustainable development".

Each year, a subject is chosen as a means to guide the activities and focus on related problems. According to the MCTIC, the topic was chosen due to the . . .

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