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Alondra Ivette Tatis Vazquez's picture

Currently, I am a first-year student in the department of biology at UPR Cayey. In the new experience, my goals are to get good grades. As a biology student, I would like to understand life from a more scientific perspective, for that I would like to carry out various scientific investigations. My biggest purpose is to receive training and train future scientists. Entering the medical campus is my biggest long-term goal to become a gynecologist.

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Magdiel Jomar Torres's picture

My name is Magdiel J. Torres Gonzalez. I’m a first year natural science student. Some of my interests as a science student are to prepare myself to enter med school after I graduate from my bachelor. One of my principal goals is to become a doctor so I can help athletes with their body health. Also I want to help children to grow up in a healthy way. 

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Derek Orlando Báez's picture

Derek Báez Pérez is a Puerto Rican civilian that studies in the UPR of Cayey. He has a lot of goals for the next 4-5 years and wants to finish his major in 4 years exact. He currently plans to do certain internships one of pharmacy and one of medicine. He has hobbies like playing basketball, watching YouTube and listening to music.

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Magdiel Jomar Torres's picture

My name is Magdiel J. Torres González. I'm a first year natural science student. Some of my interests as a science student is to prepare myself to enter med school after I graduate from my bachelor. To the date one of my principal goals is to become a doctor so I can help athletes with their body health. Also I want to help children grow up in a healthy way.

Quick guides for identifying bryophytes Puerto Rico

Amelia Merced Alejandro's picture

Bryophytes are a group of plants that includes mosses, liverworts, and hornworts. Although these plants are present in almost all forests and terrestrial ecosystems in Puerto Rico, few resources are available to recognize the most common species and those that are important for forest health.

Involving citizens in the protection of endemic plants

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In Puerto Rico there are several localities that are protected areas due to great biodiversity and abundance of native or endemic species that are an essential part of the island's ecosystem. The Department of Natural and Environmental Resources (DNER) currently manages 59 zones, including forests, reserves and protected natural areas. Being state-protected areas, these areas are less likely to suffer disturbances caused by human actions. This provides several places throughout the country where local flora and fauna can grow and develop in their natural habitat and without human intervention. However, a large number of native and endemic plant species occur outside these protected areas.

COSACO Coalicion de Ciencia Y Metodología Ante El Covid-19i

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COSACO: Sabiduría Agregada

http://cosacopr.org

Dr. Jaime Claudio -Fundador/Catedrático Medicina de Familia UPR

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En medio del torbellino y del “pico” de la epidemia, del distanciamiento social tan doliente y cercano y de las ansiedades que padecemos a corazón abierto, un junte de boricuas de buena cepa y capa de ciencia echa raíces y retoña para combatir el CoronaVirus con sensibilidad y sabiduría.

Proposed Treatment for COVID-19 Azithromycin

Frank Silva's picture

Molecular Formula: C38H72N2O12

Disclosure:

The following article is with the intent to inform the community about azithromycin and not to be used for medical purposes. Please seek medical attention if you think you have flu or flu-like symptoms before ingesting antibiotics.

Introduction:

Azithromycin is part of a family of antibiotics called macrolides. It is an azalide antibiotic.

Solicitud de colaboración en investigación doctoral

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*Busco profesores universitarios en Puerto Rico, a nivel sub-gradiado, de cualquier institución pública o privada que puedan ser sujetos para mi investigación doctoral sobre la enseñanza de investigación a nivel sub-graduado.

*Profesores que hayan enseñado cursos o semanarios en alguna de estas áreas u otras áreas relacionadas a la investigación:

  • Técnicas de investigación
  • Métodos de investigación
  • Investigación cualitativa, cuantitativa, métodos combinados, experimental, participativa, etc.

*En las disciplinas, subdisciplinas y áreas relacionadas a:

Participantes del Programa RISE-UP visitan la Escuela de Arquitectura de la UPRRP

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Como parte de las actividades del proyecto interdisciplinario Resilient Infrastructure and Sustainability Education – Undergraduate Program (RISE-UP), los estudiantes participantes del programa se dieron cita en Escuela de Arquitectura de la Universidad de Puerto Rico en Río Piedras (UPRRP), donde participaron de una serie de conferencias a lo largo del día que fueron desde aspectos microbiológicos hasta de diseño y fabricación digital en el desarrollo de infraestructura. La jornada, que tuvo a lugar el pasado sábado, 23 de noviembre de 2019, dio inicio con la conferencia Aerobiología de Ambientes e Interiores presentada por el Dr. Benjamín Bolaños, profesor del Departamento de microbiología y zoología del Recinto de Ciencias Medicas.

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