The 2021 National Science and Technology Week and the 33rd Science Popularization Week in Jiangsu Province kicked off at the Nanjing Science and Technology Museum on May 22nd. Vice Governor Qi Jiabin attended the event and pressed the start button of the opening ceremony.
The event was jointly organized by the Publicity Department of the Provincial CPC Committee, the Provincial Department of Science and Technology, the Provincial Association for Science and Technology, and the Nanjing Branch of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Its theme was to review the centenary progress of science and technology in China under the leadership of the Communist Party of China.
At the opening ceremony, the awarding ceremony of the Science and Technology Academy of the China Agricultural Technology Association was held. The China Agricultural Technology Association and the Provincial Association for Science and Technology signed a service innovation-driven development strategic cooperation agreement. Winners of Provincial Youth Aerospace Competition and winning teams of the Provincial Science Popularization Competition were presented with awards.
During the event from the 22nd to the 28th, all parts of the province will organize 2,890 key online and offline science popularization activities to serve the people, including the China Aerospace Science Exhibition, the Emergency Equipment Exhibition, the Jiangsu Science and Technology Innovation Product Exhibition, the hazardous chemical safety knowledge prize competition, The province’s science and technology volunteer service and agricultural technology association foremen training courses, and extensively carry out science popularization into communities, rural areas, campuses, government agencies, enterprises, and military camps, and collectively organize joint actions of academicians and experts to popularize science at the grassroots level. At the same time, a joint action on popular science positions will be held to actively promote the opening of scientific and technological resources such as large scientific projects, large scientific installations, national (key) laboratories, national engineering (technical) centers, scientific research institutions, and universities to the public. A total of 128 scientific research institutions and universities participated in.