3 November 2013

Angolan Inventors Win Two Gold Medals, Surpass Previous Edition

The Angolan inventor, Inácio Augusto Simão won on Sunday a gold medal at the Fair of Ideas, Innovations and New Products ( IENA ) in Nuremberg , Germany , with translation software for gestural verbs and sounds in national languages ??.

In the event that closed today, Angola won nine medals, surpassing the previous edition, whereas the coordinator, Gabriel Luis Miguel, was awarded with a gold medal and a certificate of merit for his commitment and support that the Ministry of Science and Technology (Minct ) has given to inventors in Angola.

In the wake of the distinctions, the inventor Inácio Augusto Simão was awarded with silver medal having made a candle holder which makes recycling of wax and also a silver medal for the inventor Ricardo Figueiredo, with automatic window cleaning machines.

The other awarded with silver and diploma of merit were the inventors Mpanda Makambua with the design of teaching materials from recovered materials for the teaching of geometrical optics , and Hélder Silva for set of 10 works presented.

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