Fri, 15 Sep 2017 17:39 - Updated Fri, 15 Sep 2017 17:38
Strategy for improving scientific production in Angola highlighted
Malanje- The director of the National Technological Center of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Gabriel Luís Miguel, Friday highlighted the creation of strategies by the Angolan Government aimed at the creation of strong scientific research teams capable of responding to social problems, to contribute to the integral development of the country.
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Addressing a lecture on the production of knowledge and innovation, in the scope of the 6th National Meeting of University Students, the official said that the scientific production in the country is still weak,
He added that National Plan for Training of Staff aims for strengthening the training of technicians, with a view to achieving the goals set in the field of scientific research.
The national director highlighted the impact of scientific research on the development of the country and advised young people to embark on research in order to increase their levels of scientific research in the medium and long term through the production of ideas and promotion innovation, while avoiding plagiarism.
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