Webinar: Open science and sustainable development – a case study on research in Chagas
26 November 2020, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm CMT
Do open science practices help to maximise the impact of scientific production on sustainable development? This is the question CENIT‘s Dr Valeria Arza and Agustina Colonna have been researching for STRINGS in the case of Chagas disease, a complex socio-environmental problem associated with many of the SDGs.
Valeria will present the results of her research as part of the Research Seminar of the Economics and Business School of the National University of San Martín.
This is an open event, but registration is required. Please note the webinar will be delivered in Spanish.
You can read more about STRINGS’ research into open science and Chagas in Valeria’s last blog post, Maximising STI impact on the SDGs – open science: a case study on Chagas disease.