Officially known as Argentine Republic, Argentina; federal republic located in southeastern South America. The name meant “River of Silver” as said by Spanish and Portuguese conquerors.
Argentina is a government republic situated in southeastern South America. Sharing the main part of the Southern Cone with its neighbor Chile, it is circumscribed by Bolivia and Paraguay toward the north; Brazil toward the upper east; Uruguay and the South Atlantic Ocean toward the east; Chile toward the west and the Drake Passage toward the south.
The nation profits by rich normal assets, a profoundly proficient populace, a fare arranged farming area, and a broadened mechanical base. Argentina's financial execution has generally been extremely uneven, in which high monetary development exchanged with serious retreats, especially amid the late twentieth century, and salary misdistribution and destitution expanded. According to a report, Argentina's government has launched a research and development (R&D) strategy that could result in R&D investment rising from 0.65 to 1.65 per cent of GDP (gross domestic product) by 2020.
In Physics, Medicine and Chemistry, this Country nation produced 5 Nobel laureates so far. Environmental Sustainability issues concerning Argentina are typical of those of most developing nations: poor water and air quality, deforestation, and soil degradation. Many nongovernmental and governmental agencies work toward research and policymaking that address pressing threats to the preservation of Argentina's wondrous natural landscapes, forests, and farmlands. Numerous Environmental journals are published from Argentina like, International Journal of Environment and Health, with good reputation. Several leading Institution in the country including Southern National University, Blas Pascal University, National University of La Pampa and others are spearheading the Environmental research.