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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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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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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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Crowdfunding Sites Are Putting Money in the Pockets of Cancer Quacks, Report Finds

Source: GizmodoIt’s become a heartbreakingly common sight on the internet: People using crowdfunding sites to raise money for their expensive health care, including cancer treatment. But a new report...

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Cancer burden rises to 18.1 million new cases and 9.6 million cancer deaths in 2018

Source: MercoPresThe International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) released on Wednesday the latest estimates on the global burden of cancer. The GLOBOCAN 2018 database, accessible online as part...

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Singapore's Largest Healthcare Group Hacked

Source: Hacker NewsSingapore's largest healthcare group, SingHealth, has suffered a massive data breach that allowed hackers to snatch personal information on 1.5 million patients who visited...

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US–Chinese trade war puts scientists in the cross hairs

Source: NatureScientific research in the United States could become collateral damage in the country’s escalating trade dispute with China. Both countries went head-to-head in mid-June over tariffs on...

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‘Apps’ para personas mayores y para quienes les cuidan

Fuente: El PaisEl uso de dispositivos móviles alcanza por igual a todos los tramos de edad y la atracción por estos dispositivos es igual para alguien mayor de 65 años que para un millennial. De...

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Un mapamundi nocturno ‘online’ para combatir la contaminación lumínica

Fuente: El PaisEl astrofísico Alejandro Sánchez buscaba información sobre fuentes de contaminación lumínica para realizar su tesis cuando se encontró con un archivo de la NASA que tiene miles de...

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World No Tobacco Day: Tobacco and Heart Disease

Source: MercoPressTobacco use has declined markedly since 2000, according to a new WHO report, but the reduction is insufficient to meet globally agreed targets aimed at protecting people from death...

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El FBI lanza una alerta mundial: hay que reiniciar [ALGUNOS] routers

Fuente: El PaisUna alerta sin precedentes y con un alcance que puede considerarse masivo: el FBI ha detectado un ataque de hackers proveniente de Rusia mediante el cual se introduciría un malware que...

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How to Download Your Data With All the Fancy New GDPR Tools

Source: GizmodoThe big new European data-privacy law known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is here, and it’s ushered in a host of changes to the way companies treat your personal...

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New evidence from genetic data links obesity with increased risk of smoking

Source: MercoPressA study by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) provides new evidence that increased weight and obesity may result in increased smoking. The study, published in the...

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Falklands caught in the post Brexit Galileo space controversy

Souce: MercoPressUnited Kingdom ministers are unilaterally considering stopping EU access to the Galileo satellite earth station in the Falklands and Ascension, according to reports in the UK press....

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Colombian scientists race to study once-forbidden territory before it is lost to development—or new conflict

Source: Science MagazineTRIGANÁ, COLOMBIA—The rare travelers intrepid enough to find their way here to northern Colombia come for quiet beaches and coral reefs. Not Camilo Montes. After enduring a...

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Caña de azúcar: aliada de energías limpias

Fuente: SciDev   [CURITIBA] La fabricación de etanol de caña de azúcar reduciría las importaciones de combustibles fósiles, y el bagazo de esa misma planta mejoraría el acceso a la electricidad en los...

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How secure is Internet traffic?

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Chinese space station remains dumps into the South Pacific

Source: MercoPressChina's Tiangong-1 space station re-entered the earth’s atmosphere and burnt up over the middle of the South Pacific on Monday, the Chinese space authority said. The craft re-entered...

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Cambridge Analytica Goons Brag About Winning the Election for Trump in New Undercover Video

Source: GizmodoCambridge Analytica, the data-firm that’s wrapped up in a massive scandal with Facebook, is having a very bad week. Following Monday’s reveal of an undercover video showing executives...

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Attack of the extreme floods

Source: NatureOn 8 September 2017, Thomas Wahl checked in at London’s Gatwick Airport for a nearly-empty flight to Orlando, Florida. A coastal engineer at the University of Central Florida, Wahl knew...

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1.7 Tbps DDoS Attack — ​Memcached UDP Reflections Set New Record

Source: Hacker NewsThe bar has been raised.As more amplified attacks were expected following the record-breaking 1.35 Tbps Github DDoS attack, someone has just set a new record after only four days —...

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Indonesian scientists hamstrung by year-long funding delay

Source: NatureIndonesian scientists expecting to receive hundreds of thousands of dollars for research are stuck in limbo because the country’s first dedicated science-funding agency is struggling to...

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Indonesia's Mount Sinabung Volcano Erupted Today and the Photos Are Spooky as Hell

Source: GizmodoThe photos and video emerging from the Indonesian island of Sumatra right now are absolutely terrifying. Thankfully, no one has been hurt, but the smoke and ash bubbling from Mount...

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Polar bears are wasting away in a changing climate

Source: NaturePolar bears have become the poster child for climate change, but their situation might be worse than researchers thought, according to a recent study. These Arctic mammals need a lot...

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