The National Week of Science and Technology of Nuevo Leon seeks to encourage and strengthen the popularization of science and technology and arouse in its participants, mostly students, an interest in scientific and technological disciplines.
It is a national annual event held in October in every state with the support of CONACYT. Activities in Nuevo Leon, led by the I²T², last for 1 month and are organized by a committee formed in 2011.
Official opening of the event. State authorities will be present and students will participate.
Upcoming presentation of the play “Science’s Labyrinth” by Teatro Texere
Date: Monday 19 October 2015
Schedule: 09:00 to 11:30 am.
Location: City Theatre
For the third consecutive year, this competition will aim to excite children and young people and instill in them an interest in science and technology by telling stories in a fun and creative way.
For the third time, this contest aims to inspire children and young people in the path of innovation by inviting them to generate scientific and technological solutions for their community or for the market. This year, only elementary school and university students will be eligible, so that middle high and high school students can focus on the activities of the State Fair of Science and Technology.
For the third year we continue this strategic alliance with the International Book Fair of Monterrey to present lectures and workshops for children about science and technology.
Activities for children and youngsters in different PIIT research centers and a variety of topics. There are also plans for guided tours, video presentations and discussions about scientific topics. In addition, students have the opportunity to meet and interact with researchers from PIIT in their workplaces.
Activities that take place in universities and organized with their support. These activities include conferences, lectures, workshops and demonstrations about various topics in science and technology.
Workshops offered by research centers focusing in a variety of topics meant to encourage students’ interest in science and technology. Additionally, tours are conducted in research centers and students are given the chance to interact with researchers at their workplace.