A team of UC researchers developed three seismic isolation and dissipation technologies for use in wine storage vats.
An edible film made entirely out of natural ingredients that are grown from the microbes and fungi commonly present on salmon, and that keep the fish fresh longer.
Marina Gambardella, UC School of Agronomy and Forestry Engineering Chile is one of the leading raspberry producers in the world following Serbia and Poland. Even though the livelihoods of thousands of families from Chimbarongo down to Los Ángeles rely on this crop, they usually grow a single variety that was imported to Chile from the […]
Dr. Alexis Kalergis, UC Biological Sciences Respiratory syncytial virus is a devastating public health problem responsible for 70% to 90% of infection-related hospitalizations in Chile. The United States faces similar statistics since the virus causes approximately 120,000 hospitalizations each year, most of which occur among children aged two and under. After spending nearly a decade […]
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Sueñaletras is a teaching aid software that provides users with various accessibility resources, such as sign language, fingerspelling and lip reading.
UC remains a steady leader in patenting in Chile: read about six new technologies that promise to provide solutions to major issues
April, 27, 2020 Five-time consecutive recipient of the INAPI award, Catholic University is recognized for registering the highest number of patents in Chile, according to the annual ranking of patent requests published by the Chilean Intellectual Property Institute (INAPI). This award is given as part of World Intellectual Property Day celebrations. Up until 2019, the […]