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October 27th, 2005

IPICYT: Mexico’s Most Recent Research Center

Abstract:
At present, IPICYT hosts 36 researchers, and offers Master and PhD degrees in two main areas: (1) Molecular Biology and (2) Applied Sciences, with three options (Nanoscience and Nanotechnology; Applied Mathematics; and Environmental Science). We have interactions and collaborative agreements with other research universities such as UAM (the Metropolitan Autonomous University of Mexico City), and UIA (Universidad Iberoamericana). The Advanced Materials Department has interactions with leaders in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology worldwide. We have agreements with Hitachi-Japan, Phillips-Holland, and Vecco-US.

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