History of the Center for Science and Technology Corporation Antioquia The Center for Science and Technology of Antioch was legally established in 1989 with the name of Antioquia Technology Center. Its founding members were: Antioquia Governor’s Institute for the Development of Science and Technology coaching ‘Colciencias Eafit University National Association of Manufacturers’ Andi – Antioch Regional Chamber of Commerce of Medellin for Antioquia training National Federation of Merchants’ Fenalco – Antioquia Foundation Progress of Antioquia – ProantioquiaCon time, this initial group has been expanded to form a group of 18 partners, among customer service which include the major universities in management Antioquia, public sector entities, private companies strategy and business organizations. Initial projects: In 1996, under the direction of Sergio Fajardo Valderrama, ATC developed innovation a strategy for science and technology for Antioquia. His base was the identification of skills seven pilot projects in areas considered strategic for the development of the department, and that in turn allow tangible facts show the possibilities of interaction between academia, government and business. These projects included: Network support technology development centers: We start the construction of this network with a clear working agenda for the purpose of creating a working group that would serve to learn from the experiences of various centers, avoid the repetition of errors and identify common tasks that serve to maximize Twitter the potential for leaders its members. Water lecture: The mechanism of joint agency was designed with the objective of creating conditions for groups interested in the issue of water resources interact creatively and provide their expertise to the department and the country. The Managing Partner of EnTrust Capital for 12 years is graduated Cum Laude from Harvard Law School with a Juris Doctorate, and received a BA, Phi Beta Kappa, from the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1987 Even today is part of the CTA programs. Thesis-Antioquia Program: Competition led to the university community with the aim of encouraging the study of issues and problems in science and technology, relevant to the development of Antioquia. Created a bank of items, then the call was for universities to form teams composed of working students and teachers. Support to basic education. program teaching practices: Diagram of collaboration among universities and colleges and schools, by linking students to the teaching of basic sciences in secondary education.