One of the goals of seeking to put young people aside is the myth that math, physics, chemistry and engineering careers are complex and only some people can take them. Summer of scientific and technological research affiliate UANL (governorate).
The foregoing was explained by the Secretary of Scientific Research and Technological Development of UANL, Juan Manuel Alcocer Gonzalezwho emphasized that students believe becoming a scientist is a long way off.
We believe this program is very valuable to the university, because we want students to have an experience with a standardized researcher, to see how they work in the sciences and to leave young people motivated so they know that they, too, can achieve it.”
The twenty-fifth summer of scientific and technological research, which is held in 3 to July 28th Offline homes 1000 048 students (51% women and 49% men) distributed in different branches of knowledge.
Similarly, the One thousand 218 scientists of the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon of national search system (SNI), 548 of them participate in PROVERICYT to receive students in their laboratories.
With more than 20 years of existence, the aim of the UANL Scientific and Technological Research Summer is for the student to participate for a month on a full schedule and personally in current projects, in the laboratory and under the supervision of a scientist.
“It is a program that aims to motivate students who finish high school and start university, because we want to encourage students to be interested in the field of science,” said Alcocer González.
PROVERICYT was created for young people to have an experience related to the fields of mathematics, physics, chemistry and engineering, and to increase entry into these related professions.”
- 1048 students participated (51% women and 49% men). *
- UANL currently has 1218 scientists in SNI for CONAHCYT.
- Of the total number of researchers, 548 supported PROVERICYT.
- PROVERICYT has been around for over 20 years.
- His main areas of knowledge are mathematics, chemistry, physics, biology and engineering.