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Rodolfo Echarri

He has a PhD in Physics – University of Buenos Aires. He has ample experience as a researcher and professor at the National Sarmiento...

Judith Sutz

She has a PhD in Socio-Economics of Development, from Paris-Sorbonne University, France; a Master Degree on Development Planning, major in Science and Technology, and...

Alejandro Miguel San Martín

He has a Master Degree in Aerospace Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Electrical Engineering from Syracuse University. He is Chief of the...

Pedro Moneo

Mechanical Engineer graduated from the Polytechnics University of Madrid and Nuclear Engineer from the French Atomic Energy Commission. He is the president and founder...

José Rogelio Vargas Camacho

He has a Master degree in Ecological Tourism, Latin American University of Science and Technology (ULACIT; Bachelor in International Relations, National University of Costa...

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Dr. Mario Molina

Mario Molina was one of the first scientists to warn about the dangers of chlorofluocarbons (CFC) to the atmosphere, a product that is used in sprays, both industrial as well as domestic. Mario José Molina Henríquez was born in Veracruz, Mexico, in 1942. Early on he was fascinated by scientific research when for the first time he saw a protozoon in his toy microscope. Later on, attracted to chemistry, instead of playing with toy soldiers or putting together puzzles, young Molina transformed his home bathroom into an improvised lab. No doubt he was a singular boy, if we consider that Latin American culture is not used to favoring scientific endeavors. In his professional life,...