CAMeB - Argentine-Mexican Biotechnology Center

CAMeB - Argentine-Mexican Biotechnology Center
The center aims to promote the exchange and transfer of scientific and technological knowledge and the HR training in both countries. It also drives through research centers, R & D projects aimed at generating knowledge, products and processes and laboratory support of economic and/or social interest to both countries.

The Argentine-Mexican Biotechnology Center (CAMeB) was established by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Productive Innovation of Argentina and the National Council for Science and Technology (CONACYT) of the United States of Mexico, on May 30, 2011.

One of the purposes of this center is to prepare studies and proposals for operational coordination between the public and private sector, encouraging the creation of binational companies to generate biotechnological products and processes. It also works on the study of issues related to patents and intellectual and industrial property for the commercialization of biotechnological products and processes and implementation, by mutual agreement, of mechanisms for the protection and distribution of intellectual property rights in the CAMeB framework. In this manner the dissemination of scientific knowledge is promoted as a means of innovation and productive development through different events and activities.

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National Directorate of International Relations
Godoy Cruz 2320, 4th floor (C1425FQD)
Autonomous City of Buenos Aires

Coordinator of bilateral cooperation with México
Karina Pombo
Phone/Fax: 4899-5000 int. 4154
kpombo@mincyt.gob.ar