Two students will be selected for a research stay of 9 weeks from June 5 to August 4 at the North American college.
During three days, the city of Concepcion gathered more than 200 experts from around the world to exchange knowledge and experiences on new uses of materials from the forest, countryside and the sea.
During April 23, the Technological Development Unit received the visit of an expert mission from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) coordinated by the National Council of Innovation for Development (CNID).
With the role No. SR-159, from March 20 this year, UDT became part of the more than 200 institutions in the country that are registered on the Register of Centers for conducting research or development activities for purposes of the tax incentive Act to private investment in research and development of the Production Development Corporation (CORFO).
The pillars of these five initiatives are empowering small farmers and stockbreeders, and forest SMEs, and develop health research.