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Business organizations unite to help raise business in Puerto Rico

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A group of organizations of the Puerto Rico business ecosystem joined forces to launch the campaign "Raise your business PR ", aimed at supporting small and medium enterprises (SMEs) of all sectors to take the necessary actions after the impact of Hurricane Maria.

The initiative includes the collection of data on the needs of businesses around the island, guidance on the resources available to support them and how to access them, as well as efforts to identify other ways to help lift the Business sector.

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Parallel18 startups raise investment to expand operations in Puerto Rico

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Brands of, Timokids y Be Better Hotels secured investments for $675,000 from private equity firms and the Puerto Rico Science, Technology and Research Trust

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Puerto Rican Scientist appointed to the American Society for Microbiology

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Dr. Greetchen Díaz will form part of the board of directors for the American Society for Microbiology. Dr. Diaz is currently the Research Grants Program Director for the Puerto Rico Science, Technology and Research Trust (FCTIPR).

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New alliance agreement for clinical research

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The Ponce Medical School Foundation, Inc (PMSF) joins the Puerto Rico Consortium for Clinical Investigation (PRCCI), a nation-wide initiative to accelerate clinical research in Puerto Rico

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Distinguished scientist joins the Puerto Rico Science, Technology and Research Trust

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The Puerto Rico Science, Technology and Research Trust announced that Sir Salvador Moncada, a distinguished latinoamerican scientist, will be joining the Fiduciary Council.

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Emphasis on the monitoring and education function of the Vector Control Unit

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The Puerto Rico Science, Technology and Research Fund announced that they would create and manage the Vector Control Unit of Puerto Rico whose primary function will be the creation of an exhaustive program to reduce aedes aegypti mosquitos.

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Vector Control Unit of Puerto Rico

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The Puerto Rico Science, Technology and Research Trust  (PRSTRT) announced the establishment of the Vector Control Unit of Puerto Rico after receiving official announcement of the Center for Diseases Control & Prevention (CDC) for a collaborative agreement for this purpose. Such collaborative agreement will give the Trust a grant to create, manage and operate this unit.

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Funding opportunity for local researchers

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The Puerto Rico Science, Technology and Research Trust announced a second call for interested researchers to submit their innovative science and tecnology proposals. The process opened on May 31 and will have two deadlines: July 15 to complete the first phase of the application and August 16 to submit the complete proposal. 

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