A red frog faces tough odds in Ecuador

Source: Latin American ScienceA few years ago, during a field expedition into the cold Andean highlands of the Cajas Massif in southern Ecuador, my brother Juan Carlos and other researchers from the...

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Clean Energy Could See Explosive Growth by 2023, IEA Report Claims

Source: GizmodoThe release of a damning report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change this week predicting unprecedented climate disaster within the next decade was no doubt a sobering...

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Double purpose rocket launch: Argentine satellite for farmers and recovering first stage

Source: MercoPressA SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying an Argentine satellite has blasted off from California. The primary purpose of Sunday's mission is to place the SAOCOM 1A satellite into orbit, but...

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Mexico’s new science minister is a plant biologist who opposes transgenic crops

Source: Science MagazineMEXICO CITY—In early June, evolutionary developmental biologist Elena Álvarez-Buylla received an out-of-the-blue phone call from the campaign of Andrés Manuel López Obrador,...

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Nobel de Economía: Ambiente y tecnología, claves para la economía

Fuente: SciDev   Mientras aún hay voces que aseguran que generar crecimiento económico cuidando, al mismo tiempo, el ambiente es una empresa muy costosa que frena el desarrollo, el Nobel en Economía...

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Ecoexploratorio conmemora los 100 años del terremoto de 1918

Fuente: NoticelEl próximo sábado, 6 de octubre, se conmemorará el centenario del terremoto y tsunami ocurrido en Puerto Rico en 1918 con una actividad en el Ecoexploratorio y Museo de Ciencias de...

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Argentina’s economic crisis could trigger scientific ‘collapse,’ researchers warn

Source: Science MagazineBUENOS AIRES—Argentine scientists are deeply worried about the effects of the country’s economic crisis on science. The government has proposed cutting research budgets in 2019...

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SOS para la ciencia argentina

Fuente: SciDev   [BUENOS AIRES] Científicos argentinos que viven en el exterior están circulando una carta pública de auxilio para intentar rescatar a la investigación del país de la profunda crisis...

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