Nudging Big Pharma’s Tropical Neglect

Source: Science for BrazilWhen will profits-hungry drug companies finally widen their attention from treating complex lifestyle-related diseases affecting citizens in wealthy countries, to the...

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El déficit comercial de EE.UU.

Fuente: ENDI/Juan LaraEn una columna publicada ayer, lunes, el colega y amigo José Alameda hizo una excelente exposición de los riesgos de la política arancelaria del presidente Trump, que va...

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Silicon Valley Billionaire's Effort to Keep Surfers Off Beach Is a Total Wipeout

Source: GizmodoSun Microsystems co-founder Vinod Khosla really wants to keep the public off of his stretch of the coastline—so much so, that he petitioned to have his case heard by the nation’s...

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Cancer immunologists scoop medicine Nobel prize

Source: NatureTwo scientists who pioneered an entirely new way to treat cancer have won the 2018 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.James Allison at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer...

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California Net Neutrality Bill Signed Into Law

Source: GizmodoCalifornia Governor Jerry Brown on Sunday signed into law Senate Bill 822, legislation that seeks to reestablish net neutrality as the core principle by which internet service providers...

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My Grudge Against Iomega and the Click of Death

Source: GizmodoThere are companies I dislike, companies I disagree with, even companies that have occasionally angered me with disappointing gadgets that underdeliver. But to date there’s only one...

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Google, el gigante tecnológico, celebra su 20º aniversario

Fuente: El Pais“Que veinte años no es nada”, cantaba Carlos Gardel en su tango ‘Volver’, pero hablando de tecnología, 20 años es un periodo lo suficientemente importante como para no recordar con...

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Así se preparan los jóvenes españoles para el campeonato europeo de ciberseguridad

Fuente: El Pais“Mpwf, mpwf, mpwf”. A primera vista esta frase no tiene ningún sentido. Pero si cada letra del alfabeto inglés se mueve hacia adelante en 26 posiciones, el mensaje cambia y se lee...

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