Linked to the Ibero-American Science and Technology for Development Program, the meeting took place on November 27th
On November 27th, Feevale University received a group of 14 researchers from the Ibero-American Science and Technology for Development Program (Cyted), for Dialogues for Sustainable Production event. On the occasion, five of these researchers discussed how humanity can achieve the goals of Sustainable Development, from issues such as the importance of water and its treatment, hydrogen as a clean energy alternative, nanomaterials and their environmental application, and peace and chemical weapons. Free and open to the community, the activity took place in the auditorium of Campus II Library.
Cyted is a multilateral intergovernmental cooperation program in science and technology, whose goal is to promote collaboration in science, technology, and innovation for the harmonious development of Ibero-American countries, and of which Feevale is part through the Postgraduate Program Degree in Materials Technology and Industrial Processes.