On Friday, June 24, a delegation of mayors from Netanya (Israel), Iquique (Chile), Guayaquil (Ecuador), Tegucigalpa (Honduras), La Paz (Bolivia), Panama and Bocas del Toro (Panama) and their entourages, visited the City of Knowledge to meet with its Executive President, Jorge Arosemena, and Vice Presidents of the FCdS.
In recent days Giovanni Stella, Manager of Google in Central America and the Caribbean, visited the City of Knowledge Foundation to meet with its Executive President, Jorge Arosemena.
Digitization has infiltrated Panama and around the world. Currently, interacting with an object or digital system is an every day thing. Thinking about this reality, the National Secretariat of Science, Technology and Innovation (SENACYT), the City of Knowledge Foundation (FCdS) and the Smart Card Alliance Latin America (SCALA) Foundation, join forces to create the first Center for Digital Excellence in Panama.
In recent days a follow up meeting with selected TRAMA entrepreneurs was held at the CdS Convention Center. The same aimed to share the advances they are developing in the creation of a cultural or creative project.
The City of Knowledge Foundation presented a collection of essays on environmental history entitled The Panama Canal: From the conquest of nature to the construction of new ecologies, published this year, in March, by Environmental History, a journal of Oxford University Press for the American Society for Environmental History and the Forest History Society.
Engeenuity –company with headquarters at the City of Knowledge– presented a solution to control mosquitoes at the “Workshop to develop a regional network on surveillance and diagnosis of emerging vector-borne diseases in the Caribbean”, organized by the Caribbean Health Agency / CARPHA.
The sustainable product project Card On Guard by Engeenuity –company with headquarters at the City of Knowledge- has been announced a winner of the coveted Bronze A' Design Award and of the Red Dot Award 2016.
Water is a strategic asset for the development of a country and should be managed well and with knowledge, equity and efficiency. That is why the City of Knowledge Foundation and the Environmental Hydraulics Institute of the University of Cantabria will conduct an "Introductory Course to Water Cycle Management".
In recent days a delegation of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Haitiano-Panamanian (CCIHP) visited the campus with the intention of learning more about the City of Knowledge through its Executive President, Jorge Arosemena.
As part of efforts to generate inclusion, Banistmo recently signed a cooperation agreement with the City of Knowledge Foundation, through its “Canal de Empresarias” project.