The National Centre for Technology Management (NACETEM) is set to co-host the 2021 Global Science, Technology and Innovation Community (G-STIC) Conference with the theme – ‘Shaping a post-pandemic world: Real-life examples of technological solutions for the SDGs’.
The world expo billed to hold in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) will be spread over two editions, one in October 2021 and the other in January 2022 under the co-sponsorship of NACETEM, an agency under the Federal Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation.
The expo will focus on knowledge and technologies that are crucial to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. It will be an accelerator and testing ground for breakthrough technological solutions that the world needs to shape a post-pandemic world and create a better future for all.
This 5th G-STIC conference in Dubai will be livestreamed on all our digital platforms, thereby ensuring a great interactive experience between speakers and participants, the agency pointed out.
A statement by NACETEM’s public relations officer, Isaac Oluyi, said prospective participants had the chance to receive an invitation to attend the G-STIC conference live in Dubai when they preregister for the online G-STIC conference.
The statement urged interested participants to preregister on www.gstic.org or www.nacetem.gov.ng