“This building is a symbol of science and development in Argentina, as well as the links between the State and the universities and the productive and technological apparatus”, said Kicillof and added: “This project today closes a cycle that began during the government of Cristina Fernández and, like so many other works, ends in that of Alberto Fernández.” “

We are going to continue betting on investment in science and technology, on our scientists and our universities ”, he concluded.

The project was conceived during the government of Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and whose financing by CAF was approved by Axel Kicillof, then Minister of Economy, in 2015. The “Cero + infinito” building has more than 17,000 square meters, where the Computing and Atmospheric and Ocean Sciences departments will operate; the institutes of Calculation and Computer Science of CONICET; and the brand new Inter-Institutional Center for Data Science.

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