Represented by researchers Diego Comerci, Juliana Cassataro, and Juan Ugalde, IIB-INTECH is one of the 10 institutions in the world that will compete to develop and patent a vaccine against Brucella melitensis, which affects people, goats, and sheep in some regions of Africa, Asia, America, and the Middle East. The competition is organized by AgResults, a consortium made up by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Governments of Australia, Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
As part of a cooperation project between UNSAM and Guyana’s National Gallery of Art, Dean Néstor Barrio and the director of TAREA Workshop, Damasia Gallegos, visited the country to assess the state of preservation of one of its most important art collections.
Rector Carlos Ruta and his German counterpart Oliver Günther signed agreements to promote scientific collaboration and academic exchanges. It was during the first visit to Argentina of the Brandenburg’s Minister of Science, Research and Culture, Martina Münch, who accompanied the German delegation.
The Nobel Prize in Literature and Rector Carlos Ruta opened the conference “The Works of John Maxwell Coetzee in Latin America,” the sixth edition of the Cátedra Coetzee Literaturas del Sur.