Governor Miguel Riquelme recognized the winners of the first “Coahuila Young Scientists Talent Award”, convened by the State Council of Science and Technology (COECyT).
YOU MAY BE INTERESTED: Leave 4T without resources to scientific centers, COECYT operates without federal support in Coahuila
This recognition seeks to continue the promotion of scientific culture and the propagation of science, in order to promote the scientific, technological, economic, environmental and social development of the State of Coahuila.
The award was given to nine winners in the themes of Scientific Research, Technological Development, and Social Innovation; in the age categories 15-18 Years, 19-22 Years, and 23-25 Years.
The state President urged the winners to continue on this path, that they always keep their eyes on the highest goals of our state in the most diverse fields: in business, in politics or in academia.
“You have all the capacity to achieve it, you are in the best place to undertake your life projects. They are in a Coahuila that continues to make great strides towards development, but always with the energy, talent and strength of our young people.”, he commanded.
Riquelme asserted that the winners represent the present and the future of what Coahuila requires to continue strengthening in economic development.
He stressed that today Coahuila has the best indicators, and that thanks to this the entity is ready to undertake the best development of its five regions.
“Today Coahuila is competitive, the most exporter, the one with the largest automotive clusters in the country that continues to grow, and it is thanks to the skilled labor that we have”, he indicated.
He asserted that electromobility is here to stay in Coahuila, and that we have to develop talent here and continue generating the workforce for which Coahuila is recognized worldwide.
He thanked Mayor José María Fraustro Siller for coordinating education, and recognized the educational community throughout the state for their great work and notary presence within the economic development of Coahuila.
In addition to the cash prize of 30,000 pesos that the COECyT gave to the winners, Miguel Riquelme awarded them another equal amount from the State Government.
Mario Valdés Garza, general director of the State Council of Science and Technology of the State of Coahuila, mentioned that in this first award ceremony, 87 proposals were received from 16 different municipalities, for the different categories.
For his part, José María Fraustro Siller, Municipal President of Saltillo, recognized the work that Governor Miguel Riquelme has done in this matter, who during each day of his mandate has prioritized security, education and the generation of an ecosystem conducive to the integral development of the Coahuilenses.
they were the winners
The students recognized in this first “Coahuila Young Scientists Talent Award” were:
+ In Scientific Research:
>Oscar Daniel Galindo Becerra (15-18 Years), CONALEP Torreón.
>José Rodrigo Valdés Zertuche (19-22 Years), UAdeC Saltillo School of Medicine.
>Kort Gerardo Rodríguez Beck (23-25 years old), Physicist graduated from the Faculty of Physical-Mathematical Sciences of the UAdeC Saltillo.
+ In Technological Development:
>Carlos Emmanuel Pérez Sandoval (15-18 years old), Tecmilenio Campus Laguna High School.
>Paula Alejandra Gómez Palomo (19-22 years old), UAAAN Laguna Unit.
>Enrique Zapata Reyes (23-25 years old), graduated from the Technological University of the Carboniferous Region and currently a professor at the Technological University of the Carboniferous Region.
+ In Social Innovation:
>Diana Michelle Olague Rodríguez (15-18 years old), Autonomous University of La Laguna High School.
>Jaime Ismael Hernández Adame (19-22 years old), Faculty of Biological Sciences, UAdeC, Torreón Unit
>Marcela Kineret Rivera Santibáñez (23-25 years old), graduated from the Technological Institute of Saltillo.