The Chile Experience of the Marketing and Technology Transfer Hub for the Americas invites you to read its interactive memory


Between August 27 and September 7, this event of the Organization of American States (OAS) was held with the support of the University of Development – the location of the activity, UC Davis Chile, the Northwestern Biological Research Center (CIBNOR) and the Mexican National Council of Science and Technology (CONACYT). We invite you to download its interactive presentation.

Reference genomes of Chilean wineyards: the science behind the vine

Celebrating the National Day of Wine, UC Davis Chile, center of international excellence funded by CORFO and dependent on the University of California Davis, in alliance with Universidad Andrés Bello (UNAB) and companies Víña Concha y Toro and VSPT Wine Group, announced important advances in the execution of the genetic identification project of grape clones of the most relevant varieties for the wine industry in Chile: Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Merlot and Pinot Noir.

First International Viticulture and Enology Seminar of Southern Chile

On Thursday, 16 November, the Viticulture and Enology Extension Center of Southern Chile (CEV del Sur) will hold the First International Viticulture and Enology Seminar of Southern Chile. The activity will include national speakers and extension specialists in viticulture from the Cooperative Extension System of the University of California, including the winner of the 2017 Extensionist Award presented by the American Society for Enology and Viticulture.

UC Davis expert in groundwater will give a talk in UC Davis Chile

We are very pleased to invite you to participate in the talk "Sustainable Groundwater Management", by doctor Graham Fogg, Land, Air and Water Resources Department's professor and researcher at the Center for Watershed Sciences, UC Davis. The talk will be Thursday, March 30th at 11:00 am in UC Davis Chile, Andrés Bello 2299, office 1102. Providencia (metro Los Leones). If you want to participate, please send an e-mail to

The first version of the Climate Smart Agro seminar was held with great success

Climate Smart Agro Chile is an annual platform that exhibits science, technology and ventures with an impact on agro-climatic adaptation in Chile. It responds to the necessity of reducing the gap of know-how between supply and demand for solutions to the growing climate vulnerability of agricultural production. Its mission is to promote a technologically advanced, versatile and efficient agriculture facing the range of environments.

Experts from UC Davis give talk on irrigation at INIA La Platina and U. Talca

Doctors Daniele Zaccaria and Richard Snyder, UC Davis academics, will come to Chile for their line of work in Climate Change. On the occasion, they will offer the drought lecture "Towards next generation decision support for irrigation management" in two locations: on Tuesday, March 8th at INIA La Platina in Santiago and Friday, March 11th at the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences at the University of Talca. 

UC Davis is preparing to once again hosts the Chile-California Conference C3

On Saturday October 17th, UC Davis again welcomes the Chilean graduate students from UC Berkeley, Stanford and of course, their own representatives for the fourth version of the Chile-California Conference. Since 2012, these three schools take turns hosting the new generation of Chilean researchers being formed in California; first it was UC Davis, followed by UC Berkley and last year, Stanford. UC Davis itself has 60 Chileans who are either pursuing a masters, doctorate or post-doctorate degree or have positions as researchers or teachers in this university . 

A workshop on Intellectual Property and Technology Transfer at Concha y Toro´s Research and Innovation Center

How do we achieve that laboratory work impact on the productive sector? Two concepts are key: technology transfer and intellectual property. For that reason, Dr. Mónica Alandete-Sáez, Director of Analysis and Extension at PIPRA, led the workshop "Intellectual Property Management and Innovation" for 15 Concha y Toro workers. To the activity attended staff from the Center for Research and Innovation - led by its director, Gerard Casaubon- and from the legal team.