2 edition of Scientific institutions and scientists in Latin America: Cuba. found in the catalog.
Scientific institutions and scientists in Latin America: Cuba.
Unesco. Science Cooperation Office for Latin America.
Written in English
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The models for scientific institutions were selectively appropriated from abroad, primarily the United States, and adapted to local environmental, economic, and political conditions. Scientists in Latin America frequently drew on an international network of scientists and institutions in the pursuit of local goals.
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Science Cooperation Office for Latin America. Title(s): Scientific institutions and scientists in Latin America: Cuba. Country of Publication: Uruguay Publisher: Montevideo, Description: 96 p. Language: English MeSH: Cuba; Science*; Societies, Scientific* Publication Type(s): BiobibliographyDirectory Notes: Title also in French and Spanish.
The American/Caribbean scientific collaboration in Puerto Rico and Cuba that followed the Spanish-American War strengthened boundaries around American medicine in the Progressive Era. Congress expanded the medical grounds for exclusion in the Immigration Act. Migratory Birds: What a Long-Range Trip It's Been U.S.
and Canada that go to Latin America where they winter and breed. centers across Latin America. And when we were working in Cuba we. A new bioeconomy in Latin America is possible with the mutually beneficial partnership of traditional healers, scientists, and policy makers.
It is a commitment to future generations that cannot be postponed. References 1. Conner CD. A people’s history of science. Miners, midwives, and “low mechanicks”.
New York: Nations Book; 2. Political Science from the South: Interchange with Cuban historians, social scientists and philosophers of the Cuban Society of Philosophical Research. The University of Havana. Wednesday, November International Conference on “New Political Science.” Hotel Nacional de Cuba.
Thursday, November According to the World Bank, Mexico is Latin America's largest exporter of high-technology goods (High-technology exports are manufactured goods that involve high R&D intensity, such as in aerospace, computers, pharmaceuticals, scientific instruments, and electrical machinery) with $ billion worth of high-technology goods exports in - Cuba, together with other Latin American states, gives Argentina moral support in its dispute with Britain over the Falkland Islands.
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