Sciences in Bolívar: Bolívar, winner of the X National Meeting ‘Science and Territory’ 2021 | Cartagena

“We trusted in our project and in the desire we have to help our community. Being finalists gives us more motivation to continue and make science a tool to build a better country”Said Dylan Hernández, hugging his teammate and his teacher. His project, which seeks the purification of wastewater from the El Salitre canal, It was one of the 15 winning scientific projects of the X National Meeting ‘Science and Territory’ 2021 of Ondas.

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The results were announced in Barranquilla, after 26 juries evaluated 43 scientific projects, including Bolívar, which were presented by more than 90 children and adolescents from 12 departments and the Capital District. For three days, it was the epicenter of science and the stage for participants to present their research, which aims to find solutions to needs or problems in their communities and territories.

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Selected projects

From the Research Line: Natural Sciences:

1. Antioquia: Out of Context group, with its project “generation of knowledge of the species of fauna and flora of the municipality of Santo Domingo, Antioquia.”

2. Bolivar: group Guardianes del Arroyo, for its project “Design of an artificial micro-wetland that allows to reduce the levels of contamination of the waters”.

3. Huila: Cafelab group, for its research project “Use of coffee by-products and their contribution of value in the productive chains of the San Francisco, Holland and Santa Inés villages of the municipality of Pitalito Huila”.

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Four. Tumaco: Liceístas Exploradores del Ambiente group, for their research project “If we conserve, we don’t pollute the mangroves”.

5. Cundinamarca: Grupo Guardianes del Teusaca 2.0, for its research project “Study of the water quality of the upper basin of the Teusacá River”.

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