Education and building an interest in science begins at an early age. However, an integral part of their future success is the ability to present their project and also a way to communicate it to the public successfully.
In SK-NIC we know this really well and that is why we supported the AMAVET organization from our fund. AMAVET offers a springboard for young talents. Future researchers participate in various technical and innovation competitions around the world under its auspices. It is fascinating that these researchers regularly take first places, which puts Slovakia at the top of the world level but not many people know about it. And many competitors are not even 18 years old.That is why we have decided to bring you the next part of the podcast series, which we prepared in cooperation with Startitup.
This time we invited David Richter from the Association for Youth, Science and Technology (so called AMAVET) to the interview. He talks not only about what it looks like in education in our country, but also how he sees the future of science and research in Slovakia.
(Unfortunately, podcast is only in Slovak)
You will also learn about very interesting projects of young scientists, which have been transformed into successful products – such as socks that repudiate dangerous insects.