By The Enterprisers Project

How do I deal with the war for technology talent? My background as a self-taught developer serves as the foundation of my approach to managing people and establishing career development programs.

I trained myself to develop software at 15 years old, at a time when there was no internet and I was growing up in the small town of Mendoza, Argentina. If you wanted to learn something... (Read More)

By La Nación

Más de 20 científicos observarán y medirán el asteroide MU69 mediante 12 telescopios especiales dispuestos en diversas zonas, como parte de la experiencia de la nave "Nuevos Horizontes" que sobrevoló a Plutón y sus cinco lunas.

Es una misión inédita para la humanidad. La NASA es la encargada de realizarla y eligió a la provincia de Mendoza para seguir en busca del objetivo: conocer los... (Read More)

By Scientific Reports

Titanosauria is an exceptionally diverse, globally-distributed clade of sauropod dinosaurs that includes the largest known land animals. Knowledge of titanosaurian pedal structure is critical to understanding the stance and locomotion of these enormous herbivores and, by extension, gigantic terrestrial vertebrates as a whole. However, completely preserved pedes are extremely rare among Titanosauria, especially as regards the truly giant members of the group. Here we describe Notocolossus gonzalezparejasi gen. et sp. nov. from the Upper Cretaceous of Mendoza Province, Argentina. With a powerfully-constructed humerus 1.76 m in length, Notocolossus is one of the largest known dinosaurs. Furthermore, the complete pes of the new taxon exhibits a strikingly compact, homogeneous metatarsus—seemingly adapted for bearing extraordinary... (Read More)


The secretary of Scientific and Technological Articulation, Agustin Campero, visited the premises of the Earth Station for Study Missions concerning the Deep Space - Deep Space 3 (DS3) located in Malargüe, Mendoza; where the antenna for observation and control of interplanetary missions of the ESA is located, which may be used by the Argentine scientific community for... (Read More)

By Lyell Collection

The Andes, the world's largest non-collisional orogen, is considered the paradigm for geodynamic processes associated with the subduction of an oceanic plate below a continental plate margin. In the framework of UNESCO-sponsored IGCP 586-Y project, this Special Publication includes state-of-the-art reviews and original articles from a range of Earth Science disciplines that investigate... (Read More)