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The General President of Embrapa Amapá, Antonio Claudio Almeida de Carvalho, and the Vice President of Technology Transfer, Joe de Farias Lima, were sworn in as full and reserve members, respectively, of the State Council for Science, Technology and Innovation (Consecti). This was during a ceremony held at the Amapa State Legislative Assembly, this Monday morning, 5/2. In a ceremony chaired by Deputy Governor Antonio Telles Jr., 32 new members of the Council, 16 members and 16 alternates, were sworn in, with the aim of expanding the participation of government bodies and society in general in formulating and monitoring public policies for the sector. According to the state government, Consecti brings together government agents and representatives of civil society, the market and the scientific field to discuss, analyze and create more favorable conditions for the development of the science, technology and innovation sector in the state of Amapa. The General President of Embrapa Amapá is an agronomist who graduated from the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences of Pará (Fcap), currently the Federal Rural University of the Amazon (Ufra). He holds a master's degree in statistics and agricultural experiments from the Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture (Esalq/USP) and a doctorate in social and environmental development from the Center for Higher Amazon Studies at the Federal University of Pará (NAEA/UFPA). During the allotted terms of the Amapa State Government, he held the positions of Secretary of State for the Environment; Director and President of the Institute of Scientific and Technological Research of Amapa State (IEPA); Minister of State for Science and Technology. The researcher assumed the overall leadership of Embrapa Amapá on February 1, 2021. Also participating in the official committee were the Secretary of State for Science and Technology, Edván Barros de Andrade; Rector of Amapa State University, Katia Paulino; Prodap CEO, Cirilo Simões Filho; Rep. Edna Osier; OCB Amapá System President, María Nascimento; and Dean of Planning at the Federal University of Amapa (Unifap), Simon Leal. The event was attended by researchers, professors, technicians and managers from educational and research institutions, start-ups and entrepreneurs from the AMAPA technology innovation ecosystem.

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The General President of Embrapa Amapá, Antonio Claudio Almeida de Carvalho, and the Vice President of Technology Transfer, Joe de Farias Lima, were sworn in as full and reserve members, respectively, of the State Council for Science, Technology and Innovation (Consecti). This was during a ceremony held at the Amapa State Legislative Assembly, this Monday morning, 5/2.

In a ceremony chaired by Deputy Governor Antonio Telles Jr., 32 new members of the Council, 16 members and 16 alternates, were sworn in, with the aim of expanding the participation of government bodies and society in general in formulating and monitoring public policies for the sector. According to the state government, Consecti brings together government agents and representatives of civil society, the market and the scientific field to discuss, analyze and create more favorable conditions for the development of the science, technology and innovation sector in the state of Amapa.

The General President of Embrapa Amapá is an agronomist who graduated from the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences of Pará (Fcap), currently the Federal Rural University of the Amazon (Ufra). He holds a master's degree in statistics and agricultural experiments from the Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture (Esalq/USP) and a doctorate in social and environmental development from the Center for Higher Amazon Studies at the Federal University of Pará (NAEA/UFPA). During the allotted terms of the Amapa State Government, he held the positions of Secretary of State for the Environment; Director and President of the Institute of Scientific and Technological Research of Amapa State (IEPA); Minister of State for Science and Technology. The researcher assumed the position of Managing Director of Embrapa Amapá on February 1, 2021.

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Also participating in the official committee were the Secretary of State for Science and Technology, Edvan Barros de Andrade; Rector of Amapa State University, Katia Paulino; Prodap CEO, Cirilo Simões Filho; Rep. Edna Osier; OCB Amapá System President, María Nascimento; and Dean of Planning at the Federal University of Amapa (Unifap), Simon Leal. The event was attended by researchers, professors, technicians and managers from educational and research institutions, start-ups and entrepreneurs from the AMAPA technology innovation ecosystem.

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