WINNERS AWARD EXPOCIENCIAS NACIONAL NUEVO LEÓN 2019


From November 27 to 29, the largest children and youth science and technology event in Mexico was held in Nuevo León.

 

With the presence of more than 2,000 people among participating students, advisors, evaluators and parents from all over the country, the award ceremony and closing ceremony of the Expo León National Nuevo 2019 2019 event was held from November 27 to 29 in our city.


The 536 student scientific projects exhibited at the event, and classified in 11 areas of knowledge and 5 categories, were evaluated by 385 professors and researchers for two days.


The winners, students between 5 and 24 years old, received one of the 40 participation certificates for different science events abroad.


Special acknowledgments for the smallest participants who participated in “Scientific Gang Challenges” in the Petit, Kids and Youth categories In addition, special prizes awarded by allied companies and institutions were given:

  • Devlyn Holdings 300 Certificates with a value of $ 400 pesos each for all the winners of accreditations of participation in foreign events.
  • Bécalos Program of Fundación Televisa. English scholarships for winners of accreditation for participation in foreign events of the upper and upper middle category. And English or support scholarships for 5 projects selected by the Bécalos Program during the event.
  • INC Monterrey Scholarship for entrepreneurship programs of INC Monterrey 2020 for 3 winning projects of ExpoCncias Nacional Nuevo León 2019

 

ExpoCiencias Nacional Nuevo León 2019 had international participants from Chile, Ukraine, Panama, Colombia, Costa Rica, Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Guatemala and Russia who will demonstrate the results of their research projects and obtain acknowledgments to the most outstanding projects.


The event was attended by 12,000 visitors who attended conferences, workshops and tours of the Exhibition.


ExpoCiencias Nacional Nuevo León 2019 was organized by the Government of the State of Nuevo León, through the Institute of Innovation and Technology Transfer of NuevoLeón (I2T2), the Popular Autonomous University of the State of Puebla (UPAEP); the REDNacional of Youth Activities in Science and Technology (RED) and the International Movement for Scientific and Technical Recreation of Latin America (MILSET AMLAT).


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