14 Results for tag "Scientific Journalism"
The conference addressed to research and development institutions finished. During this meeting, policies, tools and best practices for the marketing of goods and services with high added value. were analyzed
CONICET Researchers presented the most antique known fossils of the vocal apparatus of birds at the Cultural Centre of Science (C3). Their findings were published in the journal named ‘Nature’.
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
Opening and call to participate in the First Prize for Scientific Journalism MERCOSUR organized by the Specialized Meeting on Science and Technology of MERCOSUR (RECyT) under the theme "Science, Technology and Innovation for Food".
The initiative is aimed at fostering the integration of design as a strategic element for innovation and management. Projects can be submitted up to June 10, 2016.
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.
Three Argentine start-up companies are presented for the first time at BIO 2014, the world's largest biotechnology convention, to be held in San Diego, United States of America.
A search tool was developed to allow the public consultation of the curriculum vitae of researchers.
This national competition of ideas has been organised to submit proposals for the Science Park. It is open to any professionals who desire to take part of it, based on the competition terms and conditions.
A competition of ideas has been started for the Science Park to be located at the Scientific and Technological Hub
It is an over 8000 square meter public park to be built in the former Bodegas Giol. Proposals will be received until March 20 this year. It will be a green space for public use recreation with scientific themes.