The Bolivarian Military University of Venezuela introduced the Public Order Simulator at the 1st University Research Expo 2022.
Expo Investigación Universitaria 2022 showed potential and ingenuity of professors and students.
More than 100 Venezuelan universities were present to introduce various projects in science and technology
This Friday, December 9, in University Professor Week, the University Research Expo 2022 culminated, an activity in which 101 Venezuelan universities (74 public and 27 private) participated, with the exhibition of 173 projects in the fields of science, technology , innovation.
Venezuela sector vice-presidency for Science, Technology, Education and Health, Gabriela Jiménez-Ramírez, highlighted that “resuming normalcy has allowed us to see each other again in the classroom; in that human encounter, exchange of knowledge, knowledge, the culture of innovation from our capacities, from our identity, from the worldview to promote well-being in our country”.
The Minister of Science informed that within the projects, the areas of knowledge such as architecture, engineering, technology, health, education, basic sciences, agricultural and marine sciences stand out; projects aligned with the Homeland Plan (*) and the 18 productive engines of the nation to continue strengthening research.
“All are developed in accompaniment by students and professors who demonstrate the capacity and ingenuity of the Venezuelan,” she valued Jiménez-Ramírez.
She applauded the initiative of the Minister of University Education, Tibisay Lucena, for this university expo to take place, the first of its kind in the country.
“This is an important effort that was born in the Ministry of University Education, with the purpose of showing the scientific innovations that are born from territoriality.”
“By instructions from President Nicolás Maduro, the National Fund for Science, Technology and Innovation will be accompanying these experiences to guarantee that the projects that are in an advanced phase can be consolidated and directly linked to the needs of the Bolivarian Economic Agenda. ”.
(*) The Homeland Plan, officially called the Economic and Social Development Plan, is a series of government programs and Venezuelan laws initially presented by Hugo Chávez and later by Nicolás Maduro, which have a periodicity of 6 years, valid since its publication in the Official Gazette of Venezuela. The documents are based on the ideology of Hugo Chávez, Chavismo, and on 21st century socialism.