The Ministry of Popular Power for Science and Technology (MinCyT), through the National Observatory for Science, Technology and Innovation (Oncti), presented its advances in research and development (R&D) during the event called: “Indicators and evaluation of scientific policies”, held in Costa Rica on May 3 and 4.
During the event organized by the Program for the Strengthening of Science and Technology Systems (Forcyt), the president of the Oncti, Roberto Betancourt, explained the operation of the National Registry of Researchers and Innovators (ReNII) and the presentation of the balanced scorecard of R&D activities in the Online National Observatory (OEL) developed by Oncti, the only one in Latin America.
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He stressed that the ReNII allows the identification of the skills of human talent capable of building scientific and technological solutions to complex problems; as well as finding the answers to the real, current and future needs of the Venezuelan population.
Likewise, he pointed out that in its history it already has 20,342 researchers, entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs who make their contributions from the University, Industry, Government and People’s Power in prioritized areas.
The president of Oncti also shared the Venezuelan advances that provide information, in real time, for the drafting, implementation, analysis, review and development of science and technology policies, supported by real statistical values.