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El 9 de febrero la BUAZ firmará un convenio de colaboración con Bolivia

Fuente: La Jornada Zacatecas   El Rector de la Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas (BUAZ), Rubén de Jesús Ibarra Reyes, desde el inicio de su administración, ha instruido a sus colaboradores...

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México: hallan aumento de resistencia antimicrobiana durante COVID-19

Fuente: SciDev   México registró un acelerado aumento de resistencia antimicrobiana durante el primer año de la pandemia de COVID-19, según halló un estudio que comparó datos de centros hospitalarios...

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On Mexico's southern border, the latest migration surge is Haitian

Source: NPR   TAPACHULA, Mexico — The neatly assembled line of stuffed backpacks stretches more than a mile down the side of a busy two-lane highway outside the southern Mexico city of Tapachula....

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Man in Mexico Now Ill After Visiting Coronavirus Ground Zero

Source: BloombergA man who fell ill in Mexico on Monday following a December trip to Wuhan, China, is under observation as a potential case of the coronavirus, the respiratory virus that has killed at...

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Collision of Worlds: A Deep History of the Fall of Aztec Mexico and the Forging of New Spain

by David CarballoMexico of five centuries ago was witness to one of the most momentous encounters between human societies, when a group of Spaniards led by Hernando Cortés joined forces with tens of...

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Teotihuacan: The World Beyond the City

by David M. Carballo (Editor), Kenneth G. Hirth (Editor), Barbara Arroyo (Editor)Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection (2020)Teotihuacan was a city of major importance in the Americas between...

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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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México dentro de los tres países con la mayor velocidad de América Latina

Fuente: La VerdadVenezuela se sitúa en el lugar 139 de 141 a nivel mundial, sólo por arriba de Argelia y Afganistán, los países con la velocidad de internet más baja del mundo, según los análisis...

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Is your building safe after an earthquake? These cheap sensors could tell you

Source: Science MagazineJANTETELCO, MEXICO—On 19 September 2017 at 1:14 p.m., the ground lurched under Mariano Matamoros Elementary School here. The earth had ruptured just 40 kilometers away, at the...

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Violent drug cartels stifle Mexican science

Source: NatureFor astronomers at the Large Millimeter Telescope in Mexico's Puebla state, the new year began with disturbing news. Their work probing the formation and evolution of stars, planets,...

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Violence and insecurity threaten Mexican telescopes

Source: Science MagazineTwo astronomical observatories in Mexico have scaled back access and operations because of security threats, Mexico’s National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics...

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Mexico’s new science minister is a plant biologist who opposes transgenic crops

Source: Science MagazineMEXICO CITY—In early June, evolutionary developmental biologist Elena Álvarez-Buylla received an out-of-the-blue phone call from the campaign of Andrés Manuel López Obrador,...

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Científicos mexicanos, preocupados ante próximo gobierno

Fuente: SciDev   [CIUDAD DE MÉXICO] A pocas semanas de que el candidato electo, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (conocido familiarmente como AMLO), tome posesión como nuevo presidente de México, el...

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Can this environmental engineer—now elected mayor—fix Mexico City?

Source: Science MagazineMEXICO CITY—"Clau-dia! Clau-dia! Clau-dia!" The crowd swarms around the smiling woman, chanting her name as she makes her way from her car to the stage at a recent...

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México: manejo de cuencas provoca debate científico

Fuente: SciDev   [CIUDAD DE MÉXICO] La reciente decisión del gobierno mexicano respecto al futuro de casi 300 cuencas viene suscitando protestas nacionales y un debate científico sobre una posible...

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México: más casos de zika que los reportados

Fuente: SciDev   [CIUDAD DE MÉXICO] Desde noviembre de 2015, cuando se confirmó la circulación del virus de Zika en México, el país ha reportado muchos menos casos de infecciones por este virus que...

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Some dogs were royalty, others were dinner in ancient Mayan culture

Source: Science MagazineIf you were top dog in Mayan Latin America, you might be an honored guest at the king’s feast. But if not, you’d likely end up as the main course of someone else’s. That’s the...

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México: mejoran sistema de alerta de sismos

Fuente: SciDev   Un nuevo algoritmo permitirá que el sistema de alerta de sismos de México (SASMEX) sea más preciso en cuanto a la intensidad esperada del movimiento del terreno, brindando una alerta...

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After 400 years lost, 'cursed' novel of Spain's imperial age is finally published

Source: The Guardian (UK)Four hundred years after it was written, a lost and supposedly cursed Golden Age novel chronicling the splendour, adventure and violence of Spain’s imperial zenith has been...

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How a Mormon lawyer transformed archaeology in Mexico—and ended up losing his faith

Soruce: Science MagazineThomas Stuart Ferguson lay in his hammock, certain that he had found the promised land. It had been raining for 5 hours in his camp in tropical Mexico on this late January...

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Desarrollan nueva prueba de detección del virus VIH

Fuente: NoticelCientíficos de la Universidad de Stanford (California, EEUU) desarrollaron un nuevo método "más sensible" de detección oral del virus de la inmunodeficiencia humana (VIH),...

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El gobernador de Chihuahua denuncia represalias por investigar un caso de corrupción que sacude al PRI

Fuente: El Pais Con el 2018 comienza de lleno la lucha descarnada por el poder de México. Y una de esas batallas se está librando en Chihuahua, al norte del país. El Gobierno de esa entidad,...

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La ‘narcocultura’ que mató al Pirata de Culiacán

Fuente: El Pais El Pirata comenzó su carrera en las redes sociales inconsciente. El mundo viral lo adoptó como su mascota el día en que unos supuestos amigos lo grabaron rompiéndose la frente contra...

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Chomsky: “EE UU es el origen del problema del narco”

Fuente: El PaisUn gobernante habilidoso y demagogo, que ha sabido conectar con los “miedos legítimos” de parte de la sociedad, “como antes lo hicieron Hitler o Mussolini”. Así dibujó este miércoles a...

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Unusual Mexico earthquake may have relieved stress in seismic gap

Source: Science MagazineWhen Vlad Manea heard about the deadly magnitude-8.2 earthquake that struck the coast of Mexico’s Chiapas state on 7 September, he was stunned, but not altogether surprised. A...

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