Cyted is the Ibero-American Programme on Science and Technology for Development, created by the governments of Ibero-American countries in order to promote cooperation in science, technology and innovation for the harmonious development of Ibero-American countries. Cyted achieves its objectives through different financing instruments that mobilize Ibero-American entrepreneurs, researchers and experts, enabling them to create joint projects on research, development and innovation. Thus, the countries involved in the CYTED Programme manage to keep updated with the latest scientific and technological advances and developments. Since its creation in 1984, more than 28,000 Ibero-American entrepreneurs, researchers and experts have participated in the Programme in top areas of knowledge. The results of the Programme include the generation of strategic R&D projects involving corporations and experts, who with the CYTED cooperation platform can access important international funds.