Dakar, March 14 (APS) – Senegal Astronomical Society (ASPA) said Thursday it plans to establish a university astronomy education program in Dakar, Maria Kayré. .
"The astronomy training program is for our university, you are young scientists, you will benefit tomorrow, and it is also valid in other areas."
Kayré spoke at the opening of the second edition of the ASPA International Conference.
Five women who invaded science were invited to talk about their background and professional experience to encourage girls to opt for scientific careers.
Nasa Astronomer Anne Versbiscer, Associate Professor of Physiology at UCAD Aminata Sall Diallo, Computer Design Engineer Awa Caba, PhD Biochemist, Yaye Kene Gassama and Physicist Salma Sylla of the Institute of Applied Nuclear Technology (ITNA).
"The development of Senegal will inevitably pass science and technology and I believe in whatever obstacles lie ahead of us … If we all learn to work together for a better future for our country, "Said ASPA chairman.
Marame Kayré says, "We firmly believe that we have a young man who needs to thrive and thrive on knowledge."
"The country is building a city of Diamnadio knowledge to include auditoriums, observatories and observatory observatories," he said.
"It is his dream to do everything in order to contribute to Senegal's efforts so that young scientists can" have a proper framework to work in all areas of science and technology, "he said.
"All the authorities today show you are ready to make your dream come true," he said.