Scientists find an almost complete 70-Myr-old skeleton of crocodile
The species Barrosasuchus neuquenianus was found in Neuquén by CONICET researcher Rodolfo Coria.
Women in the shadow
Dr. Dora Barrancos, CONICET board member of the area of Social Sciences and Humanities, talks about the recognition of women in science and technology.
“La Puna argentina: naturaleza y cultura”, a book to start loving dry landscapes
A great number of scientific studies about The Puna are gathered in this book to offer an outlook about this fascinating ecoregion.
Scientists find the skeleton of an Inca woman at the Pucará of Tilcara
Clarisa Otero, CONICET archeologist, led a research team that discovered the remains of an adult woman and several elements that reinforce the notions about pre-Hispanic funerary practices.
CONICET researcher participates in the World Atlas of Desertification
Elena Abraham, who works at CCT Mendoza, and other experts from all parts of the world participated in the study of arid zones.
Scientists analyze possible impact of managing solar radiation
CONICET and UBA researchers participated in an international project that aims at assessing the consequences for developing countries.
Sandra Díaz, a world-class researcher
The researcher is in a ranking of Nature and was one of the most cited of Clarivate Analytics.
CONICET researcher received a prize for her contributions to the field of audition
The Fondation Pour l’Audition awarded Ana Belén Elgoyhen for having discovered two molecules that protect the hearing system from noisy environments.
In San Juan, scientists discover a new South American fish that lived 7 Myr ago
CONICET researchers in San Juan participated in the find of fossil remains of several specimen of this species.
Scientists develop a photosynthetic platform to produce high-added value molecules
CONICET researchers at IBR participated in a study with potential biotechnological applications.
Some help for plants to protect them from UV rays
CEFOBI researchers found that certain compounds, β,β-xanthophylls, mitigate the levels of ultraviolet radiation that can be harmful for plants.
Land uses and conservation of dung beetles in Misiones
CONICET scientists collaborate with Spanish researchers to analyze the effects of the action of men on the diversity of these coleopteran species in Bosque Atlántico of Alto Paraná.
The “dance” of molecules
CONICET scientists used a microscope to analyze the behavior in time and space of the acetylcholine receptor, which plays a key role in the nerve transmission of muscle and brain. The observations were published in Scientific Reports.
CONICET researcher was awarded by the American Geophysical Union
Esteban Jobbágy was awarded for his contributions to understand how the uses of the earth are related and for his efforts to link science to real problems of the society.
International Cooperation with the UK: Workshop on “Antimicrobial resistance in the Environment”
Held in Buenos Aires, the bilateral workshop aimed at bringing closer the Argentine and the British scientific communities and government agencies in order to find potential lines of work.