Luanda - At least 200 exhibitors from public, private and freelance institutions will participate in the 9th Edition of the Angolan Inventor-Creator fair (Feica) starting as from 14 to 16 September in Luanda.More about this news
Luanda - The Angolan delegation that displayed its inventions in the 69th edition of the Germany’s International Trade Fair Ideas (IENA) of Nuremberg, won nine medals on Sunday.
Luanda - The Angolan minister of Science and Technology, Cândida Teixeira, acknowledged in Luanda that it was imperative to find ways to finance and support inventors/creators, although the current situation in the country made this action difficult.
Luanda - The head of the Sciences Faculty’s Computing Sciences Department of Agostinho Neto University (UAN), Padoca Calada, said on Wednesday in Luanda that the winning national inventions in the Ideas Inventions New Products International Trade Fair have been applied in the country.
Luanda - The National Technological Centre (CNT), functioning under the umbrella of the Ministry of Science and Technology, has recently started a scientific work intended to make viable prototypes of Angolan inventors so that the prototypes can eventually be industrially produced.
Nuremberg - Angolan inventors and creators won Sunday in Nuremberg - Germany, two gold medals, as many silver and four bronze at the International Fair of Ideas, Inventions and New Products (IENA) in 2015, that ended this Sunday.
Luanda - The inventor Marcolino Kanganjo, from the central Huambo Province, last Monday in Luanda won the third edition of the Technologic Talents Contest, organised by the Infrasat firm, with a project turned to the production of ecologic power generators.
Mbanza Congo - The young scientists Alberto Mavungu Fulama, Pedro Toko and Manuel Mvovi h were selected last Saturday to represent the northern Zaire Province in the seventh edition of the Fair of Angolan Inventors and Creators, which is set to happen on 9-13 September, 2015, in Luanda.
Luanda - The Angolan minister of Science and Technology, Maria Candida Teixeira, said Wednesday, in Luanda, that the improvement of research and scientific research in the country depends on the efficient operation of telecommunications and information technologies.