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Muere María Dolores Fernós, la primera procuradora de las Mujeres

Fuente: El Nuevo Dia   La abogada, catedrática y exprocuradora de las Mujeres, María Dolores “Tati” Fernós López-Cepero, falleció hoy, martes, a los 75 años, tras dedicar su vida a la lucha por la...

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Open-access publishing fees deter researchers in the global south

Source: Nature Open-access papers have drastically fewer lead authors from low-income regions than do paywalled articles, an analysis of tens of thousands of articles shows. The findings suggest that...

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Student engagement in online learning in Latin American higher education during the COVID-19 pandemic: A systematic review

Source: Bera Journals Online Abstract The COVID-19 pandemic has forced higher education institutions to implement online learning activities based on virtual platforms, allowing little time to...

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G20 pledges US $ 60 bn to help poorest countries recover from COVID-19

Source: MercoPress Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors (FMCBG) of the G20 countries Friday agreed on the need to allocate US $ 60 billion to COVID-19 recovery efforts in the world's poorest...

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COVID-19 Isn’t Going Anywhere — And Americans Know It

Source: New York TImes   The idea that Americans are tired of the pandemic has become conventional wisdom, with important policy implications. Democratic governors in blue states like New Jersey and...

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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...

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With AirTag, Apple’s best just isn’t good enough

Source: MacWorld According to The New York Times, the Apple Standard is alive and well. If you’re not familiar with the Apple Standard, well, where have you been? Not reading this column, certainly....

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How light is a neutrino? The answer is closer than ever

Source: Nature   Physicists have taken a step towards nailing down the mass of the neutrino, perhaps the most mysterious of all elementary particles. The team at the Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino...

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