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The University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez expands its territory to Rio Piedras and Humacao

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An agreement reached between the University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez (UPRM) and its counterparts in Rio Piedras (San Juan) and Humacao, will allow undergraduate students to take the first two years of engineering in those campuses, then transferring and finishing their degrees in UPRM.

Forming strong collaborations in cancer research

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The conference "Puerto Ricans and cancer: the unequal burden", held May 10-12, 2006 in Carolina, PR, gathered "Puerto Rican investigators, from the island and of the United States, that work with Puerto Rican populations, so that collaborations can be established, inform about advances everyone is making and learn what needs to be done."

The crested toad is back!

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"3,500 tadpoles of the Puerto Rican crested toad (sapo concho), coming from Texas, will be released on Thursday in the Karst, so they can live there and help control plagues. The crested toad is an endangered endemic Puerto Rican species."

Bioindustrial processes pilot plant: key for the development of biotechnology in Puerto Rico

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Harry Rodriguez, ex-vice-president and general manager of Abbott Pharmaceuticals Puerto Rico, comments on the great importance that the bioindustrial processes pilot plant, assigned to the University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez, will have in the development of biotechnology in Puerto Rico.

First Puerto Rican female endocrinologist to win award from the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists

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Dr. Myriam Allende Vigo, an endocrinologist for 29 years, was recognized by the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, which groups around the 5,000 physicians.

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