INZIT works to foster interest in science and technology among Zulia students

The National Scientific Seedling Program, an initiative of the Bolivarian Government, implemented by the Ministry of Popular Science and Technology (Mincyt) and its affiliated entities, continues its mission of bringing science and technology to boys and girls in Venezuela.

In a recent event, the INZIT Foundation visited the Don Alejo Carpentier Educational Unit, where sixth grade students presented their final projects in the state's research centers, reflecting what they learned during their visit to the institute's facilities. institution.

The meeting of young men and women with INZIT experts is a clear example of the program's commitment to scientific education.

Seedbeds Science Foundation seeks to promote young people's interest and participation in science and research, and provide resources, training and opportunities to develop their skills and projects.

Through various activities that include workshops, conferences, competitions and research projects, a new generation of scientists, engineers and technologists are being trained who are able to contribute to the progress of Venezuelan society.

The National Scientific Seed Program is a reflection of Venezuela's goal of implanting science, research and technology in the youth, thus ensuring a prosperous, knowledge-filled future for the country. With every boy and girl inspired by science, the nation gets one step closer to that bright future.

With information from INZIT Press.

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