The conference was held at the National University of La Rioja on November 16-17, where more than 110 exhibitions, book presentations and panel discussions took place. During the meetings, the university community and the participating public celebrated the scientific mission, innovation and knowledge, under the slogan “40 years of democracy in Argentina.” “Science as a mission to transform present and future societies.”
The conference concluded in the Red Hall of the UNLaR Small Cinema, and was attended by university officials who accompanied the exhibitions organized to culminate the thirteenth edition of this meeting based on science, technology and art.
In this regard, the Minister of Science and Technology, Alicia Parodi, celebrated each of the performances and exhibitions held during the two days; He also thanked the university community’s participation and appreciation of democracy as the focus of the conference.
“It was two mobilizing days for the entire UNLaR. There were investigations, presentations and interventions in science, technology and arts, other universities also participated and different topics arising in the current scenario of the country were reflected upon,” Baroudi commented.
For his part, Professor Maximiliano Ochoa referred to the collaborative book presented on this occasion by the head of the writing workshop for the degree of social communication. He explained that the version was prepared by students studying the subject, and that the goal is to apply the knowledge and knowledge acquired during the year; In particular, regarding the country’s burgeoning issue of forty years of fitful democracy.
“These days have opened the doors for us to transmit the productions presented by Social Communication, in this case by 25 students, who wrote about the 40 years of democracy that we celebrated in Argentina, in six chapters, where the topic was approached from different countries,” said Ochoa. “Viewpoints and with their respective evaluations.”