Global Science, Engineering and technology summit for young scientist 2009 (GSS)
|Event Date/Time: Sep 23, 2009||End Date/Time: Sep 29, 2009|
|Registration Date: Aug 15, 2009|
|Early Registration Date: Aug 14, 2009|
|Abstract Submission Date: Aug 14, 2009|
|Paper Submission Date: Aug 15, 2009|
We at Stuart Ntlathi Science, Engineering and Technology Institute believe in the development of education, specifically in the field of Science, Engineering & Technology. With everything that passes, it becomes more and more difficult to succeed in life without being well equipped with the necessary information.
At SNSETINSTITUTE we take a fresher look at what are the needs for the youth to be well equipped and have relevant information about what they want to do in their life so that they can succeed.
Previously the field of science, engineering & technology was not a priority and neglected hence it is the backbone behind everything in life.
This organisation was established in 2000 as the realisation of the need for the development in science, engineering and technology.
7 billion people in over 300 countries are separated by Geography, Language, Culture, Customs, Gender, Economics and Politics. At night they dream of a better tomorrow. Helping them to realise this dream is our job. STUART NTLATHI SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE brings a long history of experiences and achievements to this challenge.
Most important, we bring a new understanding of the needs, values and circumstances of each of our neighbours around the world. STUART NTLATHI SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE is working to improve the quality of life through SCIENCE ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, and providing opportunities for all to share in the world of tomorrow.
AT SNSETINSTITUTE we want to underscore the ongoing changes in the system of thinking about science, engineering and technology and how it actually happens.
Science, engineering and technology is often thought of in terms of people in thick glasses and white coats, and our job is to change that perception. The fact is that science, engineering and technology, and its related technologies are, in the present age, ubiquitous. Nowadays, possibly as a result of the eye-opening influence of computers, people have started to see that there is, in fact, a science, engineering or technology of practically everything that exists.
The SNSETINSTITUTE always keeps abreast of changes in technology and plans to always import and export technology in order to enable South Africa to be globally competitive.