RETOS Y ESTRATEGIAS PARA LA FORMACIÓN DE REDES DE INVESTIGACIÓN TRANSDISCIPLINARIAS APLICADAS AL SECTOR RURAL
Cadena Iñiguez, Jorge
Morales Flores, Francisco Javier
Trejo Téllez, Brenda Inocencia
de los Ríos Carmenado, Ignacio
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They estimate that the Mexican population (117.4 million) , 24.6 million are located in rural areas, and although they have abundant local resources (RL) have high degrees of marginalization and very high. Documented separation between the actors of science and technology to productive activities, noting that productivity requires access to biotech results, organization and financing of innovation projects for rural competitiveness. Ascending training of local organizations , innovation, public- private financing, management of a national sample of agrarian communities with social , economic, productive-ecological diversity located in six states of Mexico, using action research methods (territorial approach intervened support, integrated, systemic and cooperation networks) approach. The intervention and work was carried out by research teams (ETI) following a single integrated project whose research activities of four years formed national export production networks, designing new products, specialized by territory extensionism, training of human talent, technological developments new approaches to use for RL, technical publications, scientific, patent and plant variety registration, and strengthen transdisciplinary scientific groups, noting that networking responds to local needs for social, technical and scientific development as a profitable strategy for use public and private funding.
- CIDIP 2015 (Granada)