'La Tlapalería' unveils designs in London

Oct 17, 2014

The artistic collective La Tlapalería, made up of Tecnológico de Monterrey Guadalajara Campus students, presented 'Sabor a Mí', the third collection it takes to the UK. It is inspired in iconic Mexican flavors, reinterpreted with handcrafted objects given an international design treatment. Ver más

Tec de Monterrey and University of Ottawa researchers uncover compounds unique to Blue Corn

Oct 17, 2014

Studying the nutritional properties of this corn variety, a team of Tecnológico de Monterrey and University of Ottawa researchers discovered that it has huge antioxidant health properties. This launches a new line of research that could lead to major health breakthroughs for Mexicans and Canadians, who also grow this type of corn. Ver más

Isabel Studer invited to join ND-GAIN advisory board

Oct 17, 2014

Tecnológico de Monterrey researcher Dr. Isabel Studer has joined the University of Notre Dame's ND-GAIN Advisory Board. ND-GAIN is the main index ranking the readiness of the world's countries to manage risks arising from climate change. Ver más

Impulso Urbano honored as a community driver

Oct 17, 2014

The social program 'Impulso Urbano' (Urban Drive) was awarded the Public Interest Design Award presented for the first time in Mexico by the École Spécial d'Arquitecture, Design Corps and SEED to those projects that harness design to improve communities' living conditions. Ver más

UT San Antonio receives Tec de Monterrey science ambassadors

Oct 8, 2014

Research on semiconductors, geometric calculus, algorithms, luminescence, nanoalloys, neurons, cell neurophysiology, multiple sclerosis, and cancer are the projects 11 Tecnológico de Monterrey students worked on over the summer with University of Texas at San Antonio faculty. Their efforts won them recognition as pioneers of a collaboration program. Ver más

Research on measuring devices leads to NASA

Oct 8, 2014

Tecnológico de Monterrey Guadalajara Campus students will develop, under the guidance of faculty, a nitrogen dioxide measuring device for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Ver más

'I Week' innovates teaching-learning process

Oct 8, 2014

During "I Week", Tecnológico de Monterrey Guadalajara Campus undergraduates take part in roughly 205 educational activities outside the classroom. This exercise kicked off at the Guadalajara and León campuses, and starting next year similar programs will be held at all Tecnológico de Monterrey campuses. Ver más

Neuromarketing to yield insights into Mexican shopping trends

Oct 8, 2014

The Tecnológico de Monterrey is Mexico's first educational institution to conduct research on consumer behavior based on neuromarketing, which relies on psychological and physiological metrics to gauge brain activity, heart rate, eye movements, as well as the skin's electrical response when a person makes a purchase decision. The study will be conducted at the Puebla Campus, the only one possessing a lab equipped for it. Ver más

Tec de Monterrey's chilaquiles shine at Yale culinary exhibition

Sep 29, 2014

The traditional 'chilaquiles' that have delighted the Tec Community's palate since 1968 were showcased for the first time overseas as part of the Mexican culinary exhibit within Yale Dining's Guest Chef Series: Special Dinner and Cooking Demo, held at Yale University. Ver más

Tec de Monterrey and Washington University in St. Louis to produce global lawyers

Sep 29, 2014

The Tecnológico de Monterrey's School of Government and Public Transformation and Washington University in St. Louis School of Law have partnered to deliver a dual Master of Laws degree, a program devised for lawyers who want to gain an international perspective. The program is delivered completely online with the option of a stay at Washington University and taking the California Bar exam. Ver más

Global Network Week to gather over 300 international business school students

Sep 29, 2014

October 13-17 2014 will see the fourth edition of the Global Network Week, the Global Network for Advanced Management's international exchange program that will be held simultaneously at 10 prestigious international business schools belonging to this global network. Ver más

High-nutritional probiotics study leads to entrepreneurship

Sep 29, 2014

Tecnológico de Monterrey Engineering Sciences PhD candidate and researcher Ernesto Aguirre has founded EzkaTec to market a product for eating disorders, one to reestablish the microbiome and another -in food-grade powder form- to aid gastrointestinal flora. Ver más

From failure, a book on success

Sep 23, 2014

EGADE Business School researchers Héctor Urbina, Erika Riojas, Mario Dávila, Francisco Layrisse, and Gerardo Lozano presented their paper-cum-book for entrepreneurs titled: "The Book on Failure". The book, backed by the Eugenio Garza Lagüera Entrepreneurship Institute, lays out the main reasons for entrepreneurial failure and shared various first-person learning experiences. Ver más

EGADE Business School and Stanford teach boardroom best practices

Sep 23, 2014

Pairing with Stanford University's Rock Center for Corporate Governance, the Tecnológico de Monterrey's EGADE Business School held the second Directors' College, a program aimed at CEOs, senior executives, and advisors on corporate governance and best practices in boardrooms. Ver más

Tec de Monterrey jumps 26 positions in QS World University Rankings 2014

Sep 23, 2014

It has jumped 180 spots -from 433 to 253- from 2007 to date on the list of the 800 top higher learning institutions in the world, known as 'QS World University Rankings', as rated by faculty and employers worldwide. In employers' view, the Tecnológico de Monterrey also consolidates its position as one of the world's top 100 universities by rising from 85th to 63rd place. Ver más

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26 de noviembre

Conferencia “Padres ausentes, hijos desconectados y vacíos”

El Tecnológico de Monterrey invita a la conferencia “Padres ausentes, hijos desconectados y vacíos” a cargo del Dr. Jesús Amaya Guerra, el evento tendrá lugar el miércoles 26 noviembre a las 19:00 horas en el Salón de Congresos del Campus Sonora Norte. Confirmación de asistencia y más información al teléfono 259 1000 ext. 3200 y 3203

1 al 27 de noviembre

Segundo Festival del Libro y la Lectura

El Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Cuernavaca, a través de su Biblioteca, en colaboración con Difusión Cultural, el Departamento de Español de la División Académica de Preparatoria y el Departamento de Arte y Humanidades de la División Académica de Profesional, invitan al Segundo Festival del Libro y la Lectura que se llevará a cabo del 1 al 27 de noviembre con diferentes actividades. Información:

15 al 17 de diciembre

1er. Congreso Internacional de Innovación Educativa

El Tecnológico de Monterrey, a través de la Vicerrectoría de Innovación Educativa, invitan al 1er. Congreso Internacional de Innovación Educativa que se llevará a cabo del 15 al 17 de diciembre en el Campus Ciudad de México. Este Congreso tiene como objetivo dar a conocer las tendencias actuales en educación y tecnología, promover el trabajo colegiado, difundir las mejores prácticas educativas y promover la creación de redes de contacto especializadas, con el fin de fortalecer el liderazgo del Tecnológico de Monterrey en innovación educativa. Información:

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