Celac evaluates creating a center for scientific development | News
Ministers and other authorities of Science, Technology and Innovation of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac) evaluated this Tuesday in Caracas the creation of a regional center for the development of these areas, the Government of Venezuela reported.
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It is the first meeting of a technical commission of the mechanism that will study a proposal on the creation of the Latin American and Caribbean Center for the Development of Science and Technology, which aims to promote regional integration from a "more supportive and cooperative approach," he said. the Ministry of Science and Technology of the South American nation in a statement.
The ministry indicated in the press release that this center "will contribute to strengthening the exchange of national and regional efforts, with projects that involve the joint participation of institutions" dedicated to the study of these areas.
In the company of Chancellor Yvan Gil, the Celac delegations share their ideas and reflections on the Sciences, Technologies and Innovations necessary for the region, understanding that scientific research alone is not enough, but also with the orientation to care for the... pic.twitter.com/tf6brgdP6H
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The ministry added that it is planned to develop postgraduate programs in areas such as Social Studies of Science, Immunology, Human Genetics, Physiology and Biophysics, Biochemistry, Ecology and Medical Physics, among others.
The Venezuelan Minister of Science and Technology, Gabriela Jiménez, expressed through X that the "dream of Latin American and Caribbean unity becomes a reality" when the "mobility of researchers in the region, shared projects" are expanded. the "infrastructures associated with the generation of knowledge and innovation" and universities.
Last June, representatives of Celac in the areas of science, technology and innovation held a series of meetings in Caracas where they made "important contributions" to "strengthen regional integration and cooperation," declared the Venezuelan Government.
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