Saturday, 21 April 2012 06:30
U de Chile academic says government needs to do more to help fund scientific research.
Three Chilean research universities have placed in the top 100 Latin American universities, according to a new study published on Thursday.
Universidad de Chile, Universidad de Católica, and Universidad de Concepción were ranked 10th, 14th, and 28th, respectively, in the Iberoamericano SIR 2012, a ranking
published by SCImago Research Group devoted to measuring the research activity of higher education institutions in the region. Universidad de Chile has been placed 10th in the SCImago ranking for higher education quality research. (Photo by flodigrip/Flickr)Login to read more.
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Olivia recently graduated with a degree in English Literature from Cambridge University and has ventured to South America to improve her Spanish and dip her toes in the murky waters of overseas journalism.