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El Futuro Desde La Patagonia

Patagonia, and specifically the subantarctic area of Magallanes - between the Gulf of Penas and Cape Horn -, is already functioning as a perfect ecological and social model of its own development. In this place, where the southernmost forests of the world are, with an ecosystem that has no replica on the planet and where rains fall from a "preindustrial" cleaning, the least polluted in the globe, it is still possible to prevent the finished biocultural homogenization.

UNT Hosts Delegation from Chile

October 24, 2019

UNT celebrated with its Chilean partners the international launch of Chile's Sub-Antarctic Cape Horn Center that will tackle biodiversity responses to climate change in that region.

On Oct. 19, UNT hosted a delegation from Chile as part of the U.S. Department of State's International Visitor Leadership Program. Photo by Angilee Wilkerson.

UNT alumna Dr. Tamara Contador is nominated for the 2019 ASPIRE science award

The APEC Science Prize for Innovation, Research, and Education ("ASPIRE") is an annual award sponsored by Wiley and Elsevier that recognizes young scientists who have demonstrated a commitment to excellence in scientific research and collaboration with scientists in the region. This year, ASPIRE received 15 nominees contributing to the ASPIRE theme of natural laboratories. See all the nominees here.

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