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UPRH TO INVESTIGATE CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE COASTAL COMMUNITIES OF PUERTO RICO

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(Humacao, PR) - The Transdisciplinary Institute for Research-Social Action (ITIAS) of the Department of Social Sciences of the University of Puerto Rico at Humacao (UPRH) received a grant from the National Science Foundation for the development of a research project to study some of the socio-environmental dimensions of climate change in coastal communities in the northeast of the country, from an approach that combines Environmental Sciences with Participatory Action Research.

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Researchers from the Mayagüez Campus of the UPR create an application that allows data collection and monitoring of COVID-19 cases

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A group of professors and students from the Mayagüez Campus (RUM) of the University of Puerto Rico, created an application to document and monitor the cases of patients infected with COVID-19 on the island. Through a portal with live data, the platform allows greater visibility of trends, and, at the same time, organizes the information in a database that would allow future analyzes on the progress of the disease and its possible effect on the development of subsequent health situations.

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Fernando Lloveras San Miguel, president of Para la Naturaleza receives the Kingsbury Browne Conservation Leadership Award for his work in favor of conservation in Puerto Rico

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Washington DC- Land Trust Alliance (LTA), an organization dedicated to the conservation of land in the United States, awarded to Fernando Lloveras San Miguel, president of the non-profit environmental organization Para la Naturaleza and executive director of the Port Conservation Trust Rico, the distinguished Kingsbury Browne Conservation Leadership Award.

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UPR Medical Sciences Campus Receives $ 15 Million Grant from National Institute of Health

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San Juan P.R. - The Medical Sciences Campus (RCM) of the University of Puerto Rico (UPR), announced today that the NIH through the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) awarded a grant for $ 15 Million dollars to establish a project of resources called the Hispanic Alliance For Clinical & Translational Research-The ALLIANCE. The project will be led by Dr. Carlos Luciano and Dr. Marcia Cruz Correa, principal investigators of the grant, in collaboration with Dr. Diana Fernandez from the Central University of the Caribbean and Dr.

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