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As students interested in the sciences, it is essential for AEISA to develop activities that arouse this interest in the students of our Institute and bring them closer to the scientific community, publishing the one that is the oldest technical-scientific magazine of the country written by students - Agros.

We aim to develop a taste for the most varied arts and cultures, promoting dynamic and interesting activities.
In each edition of the newspaper O Quercus we publish a scientific and cultural calendar, where we announce events that occur not only in our Institute but also in the various areas of science and art.

On the other hand, we also want to appeal to the greater involvement of the ISA academic community in environmental areas.
At the same time, we always strive to unite as best we can all the work that is being developed by the various AEISA cores that work for students.

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