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Students in Aguada develop mobile website for school lunch count

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Students at the Carlos González High School in Aguada developed a mobile website called "Quiero Almorzar" to help with the school lunch count everyday.

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Clinical research experts meet in Puerto Rico

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The Puerto Rico Clinical Research Summit 2018 brough together all stakeholders of the clinical research ecosystem: patients, representatives of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), private and academic researchers, and contract research organizations (CROs).

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47 Scientific Organizations Urge Puerto Rico’s Governor Not to Dismantle Statistical Agency

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Hoy, 47 organizaciones científicas y profesionales estadounidenses e internacionales enviaron una carta al gobernador de Puerto Rico Ricardo Rosselló instándole a mantener el Instituto de Estadísticas de Puerto Rico (IEPR) autónomo e independiente. La carta es la más reciente muestra de apoyo para la única fuente independiente y dedicada de estadísticas de la isla caribeña.

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