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El Centro de Investigación en Ciencias Moleculares abrirá sus puertas al público general, como parte de la Celebración de la Semana de la Biociencia

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Profesionales de las ciencias y matemáticas batallan contra la desigualdad

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José Ayala Gordián

Greetchen Díaz Muñoz, Minerva Cordero Braña and Roselin Rosario Meléndez have been selected as IF/THEN Ambassadors. They will serve as role models and fight against inequalities for women in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

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Greta Thunberg inspires Puerto Rican youth

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Gerardo E. Alvarado León

Youth across Puerto Rico are leading marches, planting trees, cleaning natural areas and doing research projects, all as part of their efforts against climate change.

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New educational module about microplastics

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Gerardo E. Alvarado León

The San Juan Bay Estuary Program launched a module about the characterization and reduction of microplastics to educate citizens about these microscopic particles and fibers and how they affect biodiversity, the economy and possibly human health.

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Puerto Rican crested toad reproduces after rains brought by Tropical Storm Karen

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The Department of Natural and Environmental Resources announced a reproductive event of the Puerto Rican crested toad was recorded in the Guánica Dry Forest following the rains brought to the region by Tropical Storm Karen. This is the first event documented in the last two years since Hurricane Maria. The Puerto Rican crested toad is an endangered species.

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Protecting coral reefs from sunscreen

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Gerardo E. Alvarado León

A team of scientists and students at the University of Puerto Rico in Mayagüez developed a material with magnetic properties that is able to remove components found in sunscreen that can be harmful to coral reefs and marine life.

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67% of landfills in Puerto Rico expected to close by 2022

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Solid waste management experts expect that by 2022, 67% of the 29 landfills in Puerto Rico will close.

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First graduating class of biomedical engineers

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Gerardo E. Alvarado León

The Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico recently graduated its first class of 14 biomedical engineers. 

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First women-owned biopharmaceutical company in Puerto Rico

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GK Pharmaceuticals CMO is the first Puerto Rican women-owned and -founded biopharmaceutical company in Puerto Rico in the U.S. 

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Latina professors find an interdisciplinary way to teach about microbiology, hurricanes, colonialism and politics

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At first look, history and microbiology may seem disciplines with nothing in common. However, two Latina faculty members at the College of the Holy Cross, in Worcester MA, vehemently shattered the perceived boundaries between these disciplines to provide their students with a unique and long-lasting learning experience.

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