How Latin American researchers suffer in science

Source: Nature As female researchers from Latin American countries (one of us now works in the United States, the other in Argentina), we’re used to career obstacles. These range from limited funding to language...

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Sobre Maria D. Lopez Fernos

por Rodrigo Fernos Si podemos estimar la medida de una figura por el numero de noticias cubriendo su fallecimiento, podemos facilmente decir que la abogada Maria D. Lopez Fernos fue una figura destacada.  Toda la prensa...

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California first state to approach COVID-19 as endemic, not pandemic: "We will work to live with this virus"

Source: CBS California became the first state to formally shift to an "endemic" approach to the coronavirus with Gov. Gavin Newsom's announcement Thursday of a plan that emphasizes prevention and quick...

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Where did Omicron come from? Three key theories

Source: Nature   Little more than two months after it was first spotted in South Africa, the Omicron variant of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 has spread around the world faster than any previous versions. Scientists have...

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The EPA plans to sunset its online archive

Source: The Verge Come July, the EPA plans to retire the archive containing old news releases, policy changes, regulatory actions, and more. Those are important public resources, advocates say, but...

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Signy Research station 75th anniversary; RRS Sir David Attenborough visit

Source: MercoPress This week RRS Sir David Attenborough visited South Georgia arriving at the upgraded wharf for the first time at King Edward Point marking a new chapter for polar science The...

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Zelensky says Ukraine receiving more SpaceX internet stations for 'destroyed cities

Source: The Hill Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Ukraine will be receiving more Starlink satellite internet stations for “destroyed cities” after he spoke with SpaceX CEO Elon Musk....

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A UN report shows climate change’s escalating toll on people and nature

Source: Science News Neither adaptation by humankind nor mitigation alone is enough to reduce the risk from climate impacts, hundreds of the world’s scientists say. Nothing less than a concerted,...

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