antes de la ciencia.jpg, Jan 2022

Antes de la ciencia : filosofía natural en Popayán (1767-1808)

  William Jiménez Escobar Bogotá : Instituto Colombiano de Antropología e Historia, 2020 Colección: Cuadernos Coloniales Páginas: 203 A partir de un recorrido por colecciones bibliográficas de una generación de vecinos...

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Centers, Peripheries and Subordination. A View on Latin American Science

Science and Society in Latin America. Peripheral Modernities, by P. Kreimer, New York and London: Routledge, 2019, 270 p., $48.95 (pbk)/$160 (hbk), ISBN 978-1-03209326-0     There has been a renewed interest, in Science...

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Recordando al cineasta Esteban Lima

por Rodrigo Fernós   Esteban Lima era una buena persona.  Fallecido en el 2019 debido a su suicidio, es importante reflexionar sobre quién era como individuo y sobre cómo podemos prevenir este tipo de acto en el futuro....

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OBITUARY E.O. Wilson, naturalist dubbed a modern-day Darwin, dies at 92

Source: Reuters WASHINGTON, Dec 27 (Reuters) - E.O. Wilson, an American naturalist dubbed the modern day Darwin whose interest in ants led him to conclusions about human nature being directed by genetics rather than...

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The James Webb Space Telescope finishes unfolding its primary mirror, concluding major deployments

Source: The Verge The James Webb Telescope (JWST) has finished unfolding its primary mirror, ending a series of major deployments that took place over the span of two weeks. All of those deployments...

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The COVID generation: how is the pandemic affecting kids’ brains?

Source: Nature   Like many paediatricians, Dani Dumitriu braced herself for the impact of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus when it first surged in her wards. She was relieved when most newborn babies at...

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Omicron becomes dominant strain worldwide, WHO says

Source: MercoPress     The World Health Organization (WHO) Tuesday admitted Omicron variant of the coronavirus was already the dominant one worldwide, accounting for almost 60% of the cases. The new...

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Omicron leads to fresh wave of scientific meeting cancellations

Source: Science Magazine In a near rerun of early 2020, when dozens of meetings were canceled on short notice because of the pandemic, a handful of scientific societies are once again canceling their...

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