Successful State Science and Technology Week – El Sol de San Luis

Presented as part of the 4th State Week of Science and Technology in San Luis Potosi, more than 2,300 basic education students at the Museo Laberinto de las Ciencias y las Artes had free access to various activities to enrich their learning.

During their presence in the Labyrinth Museum, girls and boys have access to related activities in science publishing, such as science theatre, digital planetarium, pressing plant workshop, and short films with the theme of sustainable development, in accordance with the goals of Agenda 20-30; In addition to the remote transmission of the Sustainability Workshops in Acapulco, Guerrero, in collaboration with the Potosino Council of Science and Technology (Copocyt).

Museum collaborators drove the dynamics of learning, highlighting that current generations have shown a keen interest in science, thanks to increased technological access and, therefore, the ease with which students discover, process, and learn with tools that allow them to enter the various scientific branches with greater certainty.

All the activities of the 4th State Week of Science and Technology were coordinated by faculty members from different educational institutions at no cost, providing the opportunity for students to gain extraordinary knowledge in scientific matters, as well as awakening their interest to delve deeper into different areas of research in the near future and thus present relevant results. For the benefit of the community of San Luis Potosi.


Various activities were carried out throughout this week

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