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Four UDLAP students won the VW Challenge, an innovation and imagination competition, where the participants have an opportunity to present their business ideas to Volkswagen executives on the future of mobility, purchasing experience, and other automobile-related aspects of what to expect in 2030.
The book “Rebuilding State Institutions. Challenges for Democratic Rule of Law in Mexico,” co-edited by Dr. Juan Antonio Le Clercq Ortega, a professor at Universidad de las Américas Puebla, was presented to the public. This book describes how contemporary Mexico faces a complex crisis of violence and insecurity...
According to an article published in the Government Information Quarterly, UDLAP is the second most productive institution conducting e-government research in Latin America. Likewise, the same publication notes that UDLAP’s researchers Sergio Picazo Vela, Luis Felipe Luna Reyes, Ramón Gil García, and Dolores Luna Reyes are in their list of most productive researchers.
Daniela Ahuatzin, a Licenciatura in Biology student at Universidad de las Américas Puebla, and Dr. Alejandro Arias del Razo, a faculty member of the Department of Chemical Biological Sciences also at UDLAP, participated in the Marine Mammal World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, to present the research work of her honors thesis.
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