The biotechnological company located in La Plata, Buenos Aires, developed a unique global process for the production of Artemia cysts in a controlled, sustainable and environmentally friendly manner. This system provides continuity of delivery and consistent quality.
In Santa Ana, 45 km away from the city of Posadas, Misiones, is located the first pyrolysis plant in Argentina, which turns sawdust into bio-coal, fertilizers and bio-oils.
The device was designed to detect infectious disorders such as Chagas rapidly to facilitate diagnosis in isolated or low-income populations. This technology can be used in humans and animals.
Scientists from the University of Buenos Aires discovered that the study of the neural mechanisms used by birds during singing could help to develop phonation devices for people who lost speech.
A company dedicated to the recycling of post-consumer plastic containers, located in Sarandi, developed a processing plant that transforms labels, lids and safety rings of the containers into material for the production of polypropylene pipes and traps.
The Tara Inti Natural Reserve project promoted the development of recreational low-impact activities and ecotourism within the Rio Dulce (Sweet River) watercourse in the city of Termas de Rio Hondo, province of Santiago del Estero.
Solar cookers as a sustainable alternative. They are like ovens to cook different types of food. Solar energy is one of the resources offered by the Quebrada de Humahuaca to its people.
Producers from the community of Chorrillos-Bárcena, located south from Quebrada de Humahuaca, have developed an agroindustry based on the recovery and revaluation of Yacón, a multi-purpose traditional crop in the Andean region.
Lomas del Sol, a company from the province of San Juan, is engaged in the production of raisins since 1979. It could expand to international markets with a high-quality product, and has supplied its product to more than 10 countries worldwide. To be able to penetrate new markets, Lomas del Sol, decided to optimize its process for industrialization of raisins. For the purpose of obtaining certification of its production it improved its drying capacity and included traceability procedures and new materials for its productive process.
Guillermo Berra, a veterinarian from the National Institute of Agrarian Technology (INTA-Castelar) Cows are outfitted with an electronic system in a backpack at their backs Methane gas measurements are recorded
This committee advises and reports about the state-of-the-art advances in therapies with stem cells. National Reference Public Bank for Blood from the umbilical cord within the Hemotherapy Service of the Garrah
Robot Group is a national company engaged in educational robotics since 2000
Medical equipment for neuro-diagnosis
Research about a respiratory disease.
The National Microscopy System (Sistema Nacional de Microscopía, SNM) is a network comprising the Argentine largest microscopes used for the activity of research, which have been purchased with public funds
The first biological insecticide against dengue is produced in a laboratory in the location of Berazategui. It can eliminate mosquito larvae and interrupt their reproductive cycle in 8 to 12 hours. This insecticide is used to fumigate spaces where this mosquito can reproduce and is harmless for mammals, birds, and other insects.