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International school of oceanography formed in Chile

Universities in Europe and Latin America are set to collaborate on research into El Niño, sustainable fisheries …

22/11/04

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'Bio-mining' microbe's secrets revealed

Researchers in Chile have revealed the molecular basis for a bacterium's ability to extract copper from low-grade ores.

09/11/04

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Vaccine 'could save Chile's salmon industry millions'

Chilean researchers have developed a vaccine against bacteria responsible for US$150 million losses to the …

26/10/04

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Argentina and Chile tighten science links

The scientific communities of Argentina and Chile have held their first joint meeting to explore potential …

24/09/04

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Partnerships 'could boost biotechnology in Chile'

Researchers have published a paper calling for public-private partnerships to boost biotechnology in Chile.

20/09/04

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Chile creates four new regional research centres

The government is to invest a further US$9.5 million in regional institutes intended to promote innovation outside …

24/08/04

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Chile faces row over bid to fund science with mining tax

A plan by the Chilean government to create a research fund by taxing the mining industry is stirring up political …

04/08/04

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Working with local scientists 'could stem biopiracy'

A study in Panama has concluded that drug companies should work more closely with scientists in developing …

22/10/03

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World's biggest telescope supports Chilean science

Chilean science and local communities are to receive US$700,000 a year as part of a US$550-million project to …

09/09/03

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