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Infrastructure, equipment and services

Clinical Hospital

Clinical Hospital

National Astronomy Observatory

National Astronomy Observatory

  • Premises and land: 3.168.373 m² of urban land. 648.502 m² of built land in use and 103.884.600 m² of agricultural land.
  • Health network (Highly complex medicine): a clinical hospital; medical centers and also clinical laboratories.
  • Technological platform: 100% Wi Fi coverage and IP phone system in all the faculties and institutes; availability of video-conference and/or video-streaming for distance learning. Full academic services on-line and an ID credential has been implemented which allows access to corporative services such as libraries and premises for students and professors.
  • Astronomy observatories: The National Astronomy Observatory (since 1852), one of the first in Latin America. There are also the: Maipú Radio Observatory (since 1959); the Astronomy Station at Cerro el Roble; Research and international cooperative agreements with other Astronomy Centers such as: ESO; ALMA; La Campana; NOAO; Cerro Tololo (AURA).
  • Teaching and research laboratories
  • Sports and physical activity: Sport areas to be used by students and professors. Inter-faculty sports competitions take place there throughout the year.