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Agricultores y agrónomos se capacitan para manejar eficientemente el recurso agua y enfrentar eventos climáticos extremos

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(Viernes, 2 de marzo de 2018) Toa Alta— Agricultores y agrónomos participan de una serie de talleres organizados por el Centro Climático del Caribe del Departamento de Agricultura federal (USDA) y la Oficina del Bosque Modelo de Puerto Rico (OBMPR), con el fin de fortalecer la capacidad de enfrentar los efectos del cambio climático.

 

Studies suggest that Taínos genes are not extinct

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A study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science suggests that Taínos were not extinct as it has been widely believed, as they found their genes in living people.

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New consortium to manage the Arecibo Observatory

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A consortium of the University of Central Florida, the Metropolitan University of Puerto Rico, and the company Yang Enterprises will now manage the Arecibo Observatory.

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Bee population in Puerto Rico decimated by Hurricane Maria

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Gerardo E. Alvarado León

Between 80-90% of Puerto Rico's bee population did not survive Hurricane Maria, a devastating hit to the beekeeping and agricultural industries because bees are important pollinators.

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Asteroid named to honor Puerto Rican scientist

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The International Astronomical Union named an asteroid 33012 Eddie Irizarry, in honor of the Puerto Rican scientist and vicepresident of the Astronomy Society of the Caribbean.

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Two Puerto Ricans selected to be Solar System Ambassadors by NASA/JPL

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Josué Rodríguez Colón and Erica Correa Félix were recently selected to become “Solar System Ambassadors” to offer talks, workshops, and lead educational activities for the general public and academic institutions in Puerto Rico. Both will receive training by scientists working at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Pasadena, CA.

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Local agricultural biotechnology industry is operating normally and at full capacity

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The seven companies that are part of the Puerto Rico Agricultural Biotechnology Industry Association (PRABIA) work at full speed in their work, in addition to contributing to the recovery of the country.

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Free public health training for volunteers

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The workshops will be at the INEDA facilities at UMET Bayamón.

The Metropolitan University in Bayamón will offer free public health disaster training for people who wish to be volunteer instructors in the reception centers of the World Cares Center, an organization in the United States that empowers communities to respond to disasters. The workshops will be offered on November 9 and 10 at the Institute of Environmental Education (INEDA) from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Help efforts in disadvantaged communities

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Following the devastation left behind by Hurricane Irma and Maria, professors and students from the School of Environmental Affairs of the Metropolitan University (UMET) of Cupey are coordinating recovery efforts for disadvantaged communities of San Juan and Cataño. This initiative of the UMET impacts 15 community gardens in San Juan and Cataño.

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