Academia de Ciencias de América Latina (ACAL)
Académie de sciences de l'Amérique latine
Latin American Academy of Sciences
1982-09-25 Rome Italy
Founded during a meeting sponsored by the E-XF3272 - Pontifical Academy of Sciences. Set up in Caracas (Venezuela) in 1983 to honour the memory of Simon Bolivar. Statutes adopted 25-26 Sep 1982, Rome; modified 21-22 Oct 1983, Caracas; 21-24 Apr 1987; 6-7 Oct 1994.
Promote, contribute to the advancement of mathematical, physical, chemical, earth and life sciences, and to human, cultural and integration of Latin America and the Caribbean.
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President; Council, consisting of President, Past President, 6 Councillors and Chancellor. The permanent office of the Academy is care of the Chancellor assisted by the Executive Director and the International Relations.
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