Nanotechnology in Argentina

  • Neslihan Aydogan-Duda
Part of the Innovation, Technology, and Knowledge Management book series (ITKM, volume 14)


As it is explained by Gonzalez-Barrientos et al. (2010), Argentina has a long scientific tradition that has led three Argentineans to obtain Nobel Prizes: Bernardo Houssay, in Physiology and Medicine 1947, Luis Federico Leloir, in Chemistry 1970 and César Milstein, in Medicine 1984. Obtaining one Nobel Prize in chemistry and two in medicine cannot possibly be viewed as accidental.


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  1. Gonzalez-Barrientos R, Morales JA, Hernandez-Mora G, Barquero-Calvo E, Guzman-Verri C, Chaves-Olarte E, Moreno E (2010) Pathology of striped dolphins (Stenella coeruleoalba) infected with Brucella ceti. J Comp Pathol 142:347–352CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. Malsch I (2008) Nanotechnology in Argentina. NanoforumEULA, University of Twente, Netherlands. Available via Accessed 7 March 2008

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Walker Center for Global EntrepreneurshipThunderbird School of Global ManagementGlendaleUSA

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