Only 17 percent of startups worldwide are founded by a woman, and in Latin America this number is reduced to 14.5 percent. But, although they arrived late to the party, the Full Article »
Peru is taking a patriotic leap into the unknown by attempting to become the first country in the world to clone alpacas. The team, headed by Martha Valdivia Cuya, Full Article »
PeruReports wrote a story on Laboratoria last month, a Peruvian-based startup that teaches Latina women from low-income backgrounds to code. We spoke to Gabriela Rocha, the Global Associate for Full Article »
The inaugural Hackathon for Journalism and Transmission was held in Lima in December 2017 where entrants were awarded for displaying innovation and the biggest winners were science and tourism. Out Full Article »
Having started in 2012, StartUp Perú has come a long way. Andres Benavides charted for us the growth of the government initiative from its humble beginnings. ‘Initially, they only funded incubators Full Article »
Indigenous communities in Peru are turning to smartphones and drones to save the Amazon from pollution.
The sixth edition of StartUp Peru landed in Lima this Thursday with the continued aims of digital disruption, creation of new ideas and promoting original ventures. The initiative is led Full Article »
A research and innovation alliance between the Universidad Nacional De San Agustin (UNSA) in Arequipa and Indiana’s Purdue University is in the works.