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In order to contribute to the search for a cure for the Coronavirus, the National Research and Education Networks in Latin America, united through RedCLARA, and in partnership with SCALAC (Advanced Computing System for Latin America and the Caribbean), made available to researchers and scientists data processing capacity for research projects for free as a way of finding solutions to the pandemic.

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In order to strengthen the capacity of universities and research centers in science and education, and to guide the development and integration of the set of advanced computing services required by national networks to form the regional academic network and its user communities, it was created, on the occasion of the Assembly of Partners of the Latin American Cooperation of Advanced Networks (La Serena, Chile, December 3-5, 2019), the RedCLARA Scientific Computing Council. The organ, made up of nine senior (and three alternate) counselors, will start its activities in January 2020.

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