The United States Embassy, through the U.S. AMBASSADORS FUND FOR CULTURAL PRESERVATION, will finance Yachay Tech’s project “Safeguarding the Caranqui Cultural Heritage in Northern Ecuador” with $ 220,271.20. The project […]
Sebastián Gallegos, a graduate of the School of Earth Sciences, Energy and Environment at Yachay Tech University, won the AGU Fall Meeting 2020 award, the largest meeting in geosciences (https://cutt.ly/fzxY2ar […]
The scholarships will cover tuition and living expenses during their graduate program in Geology.
The research project that will allow the development of this tool is the winner of a CEDIA grant and will be carried out in cooperation with ESPOL and Ikiam.
We spoke with Kewrin Choez, a Geology major from Guayaquil who works on the development of a petrographic description of an area located in southern Carchi.
Several students of the institution will travel this summer to different countries in the world to continue their undergraduate training in science and engineering.
The main purpose of the agreement is to establish Yachay Tech University as the academic-scientific foundation of the Proyecto Imbabura Geoparque project.
Lahar is a flow of sediment and water that slides from the slopes of volcanoes. Among the types of volcanic activity, lahars are responsible for the greatest destruction of public […]
Faculty and students of the School of Earth Sciences, Energy and Environment met to encourage common core students to study geosciences.
The purpose of the agreement is to determine the hydrocarbon potential of basins in Manabí and Esmeraldas.
The specialized agency of the United Nations will be part of a Geology and Geoparks Meeting.
The Meeting of Archaeological Theory in South America (TAAS in Spanish) included a discussion group on Geo-Archeology, organized by the University.