Latin America

Our contribution to the World Science Report 1993 presented a historical overview of the evolution of scientific research in Latin America from the colonial period to the present, including a brief description of the structure of the science and technology (S&T) sector in the countries of the region. It also included a global review of the state of science, using as indicators the number of scientists and research units in the various fields, expenditure, scientific production and regional and international scientific cooperation. Certain suggestions were also made of ways to strengthen the national S&T sector and to promote regional scientific cooperation (Villegas and Cardoza, 1993).

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