Peleas partidistas y el reto de promover un cambio

Fuente: Emilio Pantojas García / ENDIMientras la crisis se profundiza, la pelea chiquita de la kakistocracia bipartita se agudiza. Tanto el Partido Popular Democrático (PPD) como el Nuevo Progresista (PNP) son...

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El clientelismo en el gobierno de Puerto Rico

por Rodrigo FernosEl fin de semana pasado, el 12 de agosto del 2018, la hija de Bennie Frankie Cerezo (Rosanna) quien loablemente continua su programa ("Dialogando con Benny") tuvo una excelente conversación...

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Roberto Ramos Perea: Más habla quien menos puede

Fuente: Elsa Tio / Facebook[Nota preliminar: Cuando empece a leer el libro de Roberto Ramos Perea titulado "Tapia: El Primer Puertorriqueño" (2009), inmediatamente me dio mucha lastima.  No hay duda que el Sr....

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Medical Records of 90 Million People Left Vulnerable to Critical Security Flaws

Source: GizmodoSecurity researchers have found more than 20 bugs in the world’s most popular open source software for managing medical records. Many of the vulnerabilities were classified as severe, leaving the personal...

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How Puerto Rico Became the Newest Tax Haven for the Super Rich

Source: GQThe party known as Cocktails and Compliance—so called for mixing alcohol with tax advice—was thrown on a Friday evening in May, in a warehouse turned art gallery in Old San Juan. The host...

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Thousands of scientists publish a paper every five days

Source: NatureAuthorship is the coin of scholarship — and some researchers are minting a lot. We searched Scopus for authors who had published more than 72 papers (the equivalent of one paper every 5...

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Radar latinoamericano: Conectando ciencia local con gobernanza global

Fuente: SciDev   Con cierta sorpresa recibí en junio la invitación del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores de Panamá para participar en el lanzamiento de la Estrategia de Diplomacia Científica,...

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A year after Maria, Puerto Rico’s economy remains feeble

Source: Washington PostADJUNTAS, Puerto Rico — September is ordinarily the beginning of harvest in the cool, crisp mountains of central Puerto Rico. Coffee farmers pluck the ripe arabica cherries from...

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