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Innovative solutions to federal complaints

As a result of a need raised by producers in La Pampa, a specialist in technological connections of the Ministry of Science contacted an industrial designer from Córdoba, who devised a portable bush extractor, a development that will help improve livestock productivity in La Pampa in a sustainable and low-cost way.


The Ministry of Science launches new financing projects for $120 million

Three new calls for projects regarding tourism, municipal development and, as a new feature, robotics and technology for education are part of the package that is available through the Federal Council for Science and Technology (COFECYT). Thus, interested parties may request to receive financial support in the form of Non-Reimbursable Contributions and permanent window.


With more than 1,200 activities, the National Week of Science, Technology and Scientific Art begins

As from Monday 12 and until September 23, both children and adults will be able to participate in free and open-to-the-public scientific and recreational proposals in different parts of the country

Dissemination | Exhibitions and Events

Cultural Center Of Science (C3)

The C3 is a place that promotes culture and scientific thinking through science popularization activities and interactive experiences.

Dissemination | Education Activities

Robotics to educate

Robotics to Educate is a program that promotes the use of robotics in schools through the provision of kits that encourage innovative and collaborative learning.


New security failures are discovered in applications for Android

Computer security experts from the Sadosky Foundation checked the security problems in the PicsArt, MercadoLibre and Prey Anti Theft applications.


Winners of the INNOVAR 2014 were announced

The Minister of Science, Lino Barañao, presented today the prizes for the nine categories of the National Innovation Competition in Tecnopolis. $1 million was distributed in 51 prizes.


President inaugurated the Chaco Forest Biotechnology Centre

A credit of $ 14 million was granted by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Productive Innovation for completion of the work. It is dedicated to the research and plant species production to allow an increase in agricultural and forestry crops in the region in a sustainable manner.


Google Science Fair awards were given

Matías Apablaza, 15 years old, native of Neuquén, developed a device that allows blind people identify colors. The president of the National Agency for Science and Technology Promotion was part of the jury.


A study on the female presence in computer-related careers and occupations was presented

This study will be considered as a first diagnosis to design and strengthen public policies and optimize existing instruments in pursuit of promoting vocations in the area.