The Ibero-American program of science and technology for development (CYTED) is an intergovernmental programme of multilateral cooperation in science and technology, designed to promote cooperation in research and innovation for the Ibero-American Region. It was established in 1984 through an agreement signed by 19 countries of Latin America, Spain and Portugal. And since 1995, is formally included among the programmes of cooperation of the Latin American Summit of Heads of State and Government.
The CYTED program aims to contribute to the harmonious development of the Ibero-American Region through the establishment of mechanisms for cooperation among research groups and innovative companies of the Latin American countries. The aim is to achieve scientific and technological results transferable to productive systems and social policies.
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