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The Press and Communication Unit can give information related to the work carried out at IP Montevideo. It can also provide answers and eventually establish contacts with the institution’s scientists.
The institute offers free guided tours for school and high school groups. We always request groups no larger than 30 students; so for larger groups, two different shifts can be scheduled.
The tours are led by our researchers and last between an hour and a half, and two hours.
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