The course of Intellectual property, initiated in the National Center for Plant and Animal Health (CENSA), in San José de las Lajas, 5 days ago, will conclude tomorrow July 9.
Attedants received a system of knowledge related with the mechanisms and regulations for the obtaining of patents, protection of managerial secret, royalties and others.
This qualification program includes the instruction Writing of Scientific Documents, theoretical-practical workshop that allows the student to know how to elaborate and to arbitrate a scientific article.
On the other hand, investigators of CENSA will implement a training program requested by Cuban and foreign students during summer months about the diagnose of viral agents, tools of biotechnology applied to the veterinary medicine, systems of quality and good practices for laboratories of agricultural tests, as well as emergent and reemerging illnesses.
Instructions addressed to improve the production of milk and to offer new tendencies in the study of the interaction plant- pathogen for the genetic improvement of cultivation of economical interest will also be taught.