CICITLAC for the scientific and technological innovation in Latin America and the Caribbean
Keywords:scientific and technological innovation, technological innovation
International Center for Innovation in Science and Technology for Latin America and the Caribbean (CICITLAC). A project in which its participants have been developing for more than two years. CICITLAC is the result of the laborious work of a team of entrepreneurs from Latin America, the Caribbean and China who believe and trust that innovation and scientific and technological development can bring numerous benefits to their participants.
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