Max Planck Society Visits Fundación
April 5, 2008
An important delegation from the Max Planck Society visited Fundación Ciencia para la Vida, accompanied by Dr. Ramón Latorre from the Neurosciences Center at Universidad de Valparaíso. On April 1st, representatives of this prestigious scientific research society expressed their interest in enhancing cooperation in several of Fundación’s research topics.
With over seventy institutions in Germany and three abroad, in addition to various international programs, for over half a century, the Max Planck Society has been an icon of outstanding research in biological and natural sciences, as well as humanities, making significant contribution to the progress of science, with an excellent international reputation.
According to Dr. Mario Rosemblatt, the possibility that the Max Planck Society might install a center in Chile like the one it has in Argentina, Brazil and the United Status, represents an important opportunity to the enhancement of scientific research quality in Chile.