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Adrián Rovetto

"The global knowledge economy requires that we combine science, innovation, productive capacity and technology so that societies can achieve greater well-being."
Bachelor of Biotechnology (National University of Rosario) Co-founder and Vice President of Terragene. Co-founder of Protergium. From the beginning, it has been driven by a passion to develop products that have a positive impact and improve the quality of people's lives. For him, the global economy of knowledge requires that we combine science, innovation, productive capacity and technology so that societies can achieve greater well-being.

Esteban Lombardía

"Scientific articulation is key to developing science and technology in an environmentally friendly manner, contributing to sustainability and an improvement in people's habits and quality of life."
Bachelor of Genetics (National University of Misiones) and Doctor in Biological Sciences from the Faculty of Sciences Biochemical and Pharmaceutical (National University of Rosario), specialized in molecular biology and bacterial physiology. He worked at the National Council for Scientific Research and techniques. He was a doctoral researcher at the National Agency for the Promotion of Research, Technological Development and Innovation. In 2006 he co-founded Terragene. He has been CEO of Terragene for 16 years.

"Argentina has the strongest entrepreneurial ecosystem in Latin America, we must continue to develop science and technology to contribute to improving people's quality of life."

Guillermo Vidal

"At Protergium we have the opportunity to become global protagonists of a new agriculture. Using science and biology as the engine for the development of our products and adding our capacity for innovation, we will contribute to overcoming the challenges of modern agriculture."
Guillermo has more than 20 years in the agricultural sector. The first 10 years were linked to AAPRESID and contributed to the development of direct seeding in Argentina and the world. The last 10 were related to Bioceres Crop Solutions (BIOX) in the development of the Seed business unit for Argentina and neighboring countries.

Darío Vileta

"The development of biological technologies applied in agricultural practices, generate economic, ecological and sustainable balance for caring for the environment."
Doctor in Biological Sciences, Animal Nutrition (Universidad National of Río Cuarto). He did a post-doctorate in Agricultural Microbiology (National University of Rosario), Scrum Master in Project Management (Udemy Alumni) and a Diploma in Sustainable Biobusiness (UBA). He was a teacher of the Agricultural Systematic Botany course dictated in the Faculty of Agronomy and Veterinary of the UNRC, Professor of the subject Animal Nutrition taught Faculty of Agronomy and Veterinary Medicine, UNRC, Research Analyst in Animal Nutrition Laboratory - Faculty of Agronomy and Veterinary. UNRC, Researcher R&D at Biotay S.A. - Microbiology Laboratory, FCByF National University de Rosario, and Professor of Microbiology at the Instituto Superior Synapse. Responsible for Formulation of Bioproducts R&D at Rizobacter Argentina S.A. He is currently Head of Agro Research and Development at Protergium.

Rodrigo Viassolo

"It is possible to generate a positive impact by working within an innovative company with ideals that accompany caring for the environment and good agricultural practices."
Rodrigo Viassolo is an agronomic engineering student with a diploma in Laboratory Management. In his role as a researcher, he performs tests for the biocontrol of pathogens and the biostimulation of agricultural crops. The reason for working in a company like Protergium is due to the possibility of growing as a professional in the area of ​​agricultural microbiology.

Facundo Uviedo

"Nature in contact with science, innovation and new technologies can achieve incredible things that directly and positively impact people's lives."
Facundo Uviedo is an Agricultural Engineer and Doctor in Biological Sciences from the National University of Rosario and a university professor. He is a researcher and is focused on the areas of Plant Pathology and Nematology within Protergium. What he likes most about Protergium is the possibility of doing science with a direct impact on the productive environment since I have a fascination for nature.

Federico Garda

"Anywhere we want to do incredible things, teamwork and constant innovation is essential to generate impact."
Federico Garda is a food agribusiness technician and an undergraduate student in Food Technology. He currently works providing technical support in the area of ​​Research, development and production. The good work environment, teamwork and the challenges that arise every day are the main axes of growth and development within Protergium.

Ainalén Ribas

"The fine-tuning of the processes and the projection of doing something that generates a positive impact on society with innovation and technology for good agricultural practices is key."
Ainalén Ribas is a microbiologist from the National University of Río Cuarto. He has extensive experience in biological production processes in agricultural companies. At Protergium he is responsible for the production of bio-inputs. The challenge of fine-tuning the processes of a company that is being born and the projection of growth are the main reasons for being part of the company.

Dino Biciuffa

"Use technology and development for the stimulation, growth and protection of crops for sustainable agriculture."
Dino Biciuffa is a microbiology and biotechnology technician at the San Juan Bautista de La Salle Institute in Rosario. He has six years of experience in the area of ​​Research, development and production in the department of Inks of the Terragene company. Currently, he is dedicated to providing technical support in the research, development and production area of ​​Protergium. See the company as a platform with great potential.

Celeste Buchensky

“Develop high-impact biotechnology-based projects, with state-of-the-art technology that result in innovative solutions for humanity”
Celeste Buchensky has a Doctorate in Biological Sciences and a degree in Biotechnology from the National University of Rosario. She has extensive experience in plant molecular biology, protein biochemistry, and microbiology. She did two post-doctorates at research institutes belonging to CONICET and at the University of Barcelona.