Interactive Museum of Science and Technology “Foucault’s Pendulum”, reopened after 20 months of closure, and presented the photographic exhibition “Close to the Stars”, in an effort to popularize astronomy and related sciences.
“In this pandemic, science has been proven to save lives, and so has technology. These two areas are of great importance because we see them transcend us and we have to be up-to-date, so children must have the necessary tools through this kind of space that acts as a link to knowledge,” Emmanuel Contreras Martinez, Director General of the Manuel Gómez Morin Center for Education and Culture of the State of Queretaro (CECEQ) confirmed.
Within its cultural offering, the Museum and CECEQ present exhibits such as El pendulo; Physics even in soup. in meeting knowledge; My mark on planet earth. And the photo gallery: “Close to the Stars”, in collaboration with the Planetarium Dr. José Hernández Moreno, of the Municipality of Cadereta, which can be visited from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, from Tuesday to Sunday.
To ensure a safe visit, CECEQ has a health protocol with a series of procedures so that the reactivation of activities is orderly, gradual and gradual, and can be referred to in http://gomezmorin.queretaro.gob.mx/
The event was attended by Daniel Armando Alejandre Garcia, Technical Secretary and Representative of the Minister of Education (SEDEQ); Enrique Rabell García, Director General of the Council for Science and Technology of the State of Queretaro (CONCYTEQ), among other authorities.
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