Latin American science funding crisis fuels brain drain

Source: Times Higher Education Clear-cut: many Latin American countries spend less than 1 per cent of gross domestic product on research; the average is 2.4 per cent among more developed nations...

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Puerto Rico's Hidden Problem: White Collar Slavery

by Rodrigo FernósPuerto Rico has a hidden problem, that is increasingly becoming more evident as time goes on: white collar slavery. It is the type of social phenomenon that is insidious, but...

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Mexico's urban jaguars: Wildlife in modern times

Source: Latin American ScienceIn Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula, tourism development is closing in on the Selva Maya, the home of the great jaguar, Panthera onca, which like other species has been...

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The inverted U-shaped effect of urban hotspots spatial compactness on urban economic growth

Source: The Royal SOcietyThe compact city, as a sustainable concept, is intended to augment the efficiency of urban function. However, previous studies have concentrated more on morphology than on...

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