“From Zero to Science” is an example that knowledge is accessible to all – La Crónica de Morelos | news

You can download the book digitally on the official CCyTEM page: https://ccytem.morelos.gob.mx/

As part of the state government’s commitment to scientific growth in the entity, science and technology have been constantly embedded in the everyday life of the citizens, which is why, through the Ministry of Economic Development and Labor (SDEyT), it is involved in measures that have a positive and far-reaching impact on the have company.

The Council of Science and Technology of the State of Morelos (CCyTEM), in coordination with the Morelos Center for Science Communication (CeMoCC), presented the book “From Zero to Science” at the “IV International Fair of the University Book” (FILUNI) , at the Exhibition and Convention Center of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).

In this context, Andrea Angélica Ramírez Paulín, Head of the CCyTEM Office and Director of the Morelos Center for Innovation and Technology Transfer (CemiTT), stressed the importance of participating in this type of fair for the exhibition of the works developed in Morelos.

“The key players in science, technology and innovation are currently playing a crucial role in facilitating their interpretation to help citizens learn about science culture, and ‘From Zero to Science’ is an example of this,” Indian.

In addition, the state official noted that 17 authors contributed to this letter, capturing themes and lines of inquiry in narrative format, poems, texts and stories.

Likewise, Adrián Margarito Medina Canizal, Director of CeMoCC, added that the book was made from the budget for the dissemination of science, from the electoral penalties for political parties for the fiscal year 2021, granted by the Morelense Institute of Electoral Processes and Participation Citizen (Impepac).

The official invited to download the digital book on the CCyTEM official page: https://ccytem.morelos.gob.mx/ or visit the Morelos State Science Museum facilities in person to request a copy.

Finally, Agustín Ávila Casanueva, coordinator of the “From Zero to Science” outreach workshop, explained that “attractive and different techniques from the traditional writing techniques were used to allow the researchers to write in a way about their study topics and make knowledge accessible to all” . .

(1 time visited, 1 visits today)


Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *