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Universidad de Santiago former students develop first Chilean electric motorcycle

  • A team made up of alumni and students at Universidad de Santiago developed the first 100% Chilean high-performance low-cost electric motorcycle.


Two-wheeled vehicles have become important in large cities because they have been considered as a sustainable means of transport. Electric motorcycles, for example, stand out for their low-cost, their efficiency and their friendly relation with the environment.

Company led by graduate of Universidad de Santiago promotes electric conversion of conventional cars

  • Movener, a company led by an alumnus of Universidad de Santiago, seeks to transform national transport, reducing environmental pollution levels and increasing the useful life of conventional cars at a low cost.


Graduates of Universidad de Santiago develop the first fruit dehydration plant based on solar energy

  • The goals of the Kunza project of the Roda Energía consulting firm are to increase the nutritional value of dried fruit without using artificial colors or additives and incorporate small and medium-scale farmers to the production chain.



“The Not Company”: Universidad de Santiago former students develop plant-based mayonnaise

  • These researchers seek to change the concept of nutrition through an artificial intelligence startup, which has also developed other 100% plant-based products with the same taste, texture and smell as traditional foods.



Publicist from Universidad de Santiago was chosen as one of the 25 best creative directors worldwide

  • This alumnus of Universidad de Santiago and creative director of his own advertising agency, Inbrax, was recognized as one of the best professionals in this area for his retail campaigns. He is the first Chilean to receive this award.



Geographical engineer graduated from Universidad de Santiago contributes to world astronomy

  • Angel Otárola graduated from Universidad de Santiago in 1989, and since then, he has been working in the development of different astronomy projects. He participated in the discovery of the site where the Alma project was set up and currently, he is part of the scientific team working at the Thirty Meter Telescope of the California Institute of Technology, in Hawaii.

Universidad de Santiago seeks to strengthen links with alumni

  • University’s President Juan Manuel Zolezzi, in collaboration with other renowned leaders who studied at this institution (Escuela de Artes y Oficios (EAO); Universidad Técnica del Estado (UTE), Universidad de Santiago), is inviting professionals to register themselves in the website through a campaign that includes social networks.