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Bridge to Neuroscience Workshops
By Enrique J Vargas | 24 November 2014
Mirada Cientifica Podcast - Bridge to Neuroscience Workshops


Eileen Rodriguez Tapia is a senior graduate student at the Michigan State University. She and a group of students established the Bridge to Neuroscience Workshops designed to engage students into pursuing a career in neuroscience. In 2014, Eileen and her team won the prestigious Next Generation Award from the Society for Neuroscience. In this edition you will hear the interview performed by Dr. Annelyn Torres-Reveron to Eileen Rodriguez during her visit to the Ponce School of Medicine and Health Sciences on October of 2014.

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Second and third perceptions
By Wilson Javier Gonzalez-Espada | 16 July 2014


 

Second and third perceptions

 

 

Ciencia Puerto Rico and Ángela León Cáceres describe synesthesia, Synesthesia is acondition in which stimuli to a sensory input will also trigger sensations in one or more other sensory modes.

 

 

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Cosmos: Scientific literacy for everyone
By Wilson Javier Gonzalez-Espada | 16 July 2014


COSMOS. Divulgación científica para todos

Ciencia Puerto Rico and Daniel Romero Álvarez, from Antoncha Verde, describe the origins and goals of the new Cosmos series.

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An Analysis of Arthropod Interceptions by APHIS-PPQ and Customs and Border Protection in Puerto Rico
By Wilson Javier Gonzalez-Espada | 11 July 2014


An Analysis of Arthropod Interceptions by APHIS-PPQ and Customs and Border Protection in Puerto Rico

DAVID A. JENKINS, RUSSELL F. MIZELL, III, SKIP VAN BLOEM, STEFANIE WHITMIRE, LEYINSKA WISCOVITCH, CRYSTAL ZALESKI, AND RICARDO GOENAGA

 

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Atomic and molecular adsorption on Au(111)
By Wilson Javier Gonzalez-Espada | 11 July 2014


Atomic and molecular adsorption on Au(111)

Yohaselly Santiago-Rodríguez, Jeffrey A. Herron, María C. Curet-Arana, Manos Mavrikakis

 

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FDA Warns About Stem Cell Claims
By Wilson Javier Gonzalez-Espada | 06 July 2014


Stem cell therapies offer the potential to treat diseases or conditions for which few treatments exist.

Stem cells, sometimes called the body’s “master cells,” are the precursor cells that develop into blood, brain, bones and all of your organs. Their promise in medical treatments is that they have the potential to repair, restore, replace and regenerate cells that could then be used to treat many medical conditions and diseases.

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Therapeutic aphaeresis: Experience in Puerto Rico
By Wilson Javier Gonzalez-Espada | 06 July 2014


Therapeutic aphaeresis: Experience in Puerto Rico

Raúl H. Morales Borges, Gladys Colón Nieves, María Rodríguez Martínez, Rosa Vargas Ramos, Linda I. Pedraza Otero, Carmen Nieves Vargas, Glorimar Ortiz Pedraza, Jairo J. Morales Jiménez, Clinical Services, American Red Cross, Puerto Rico Region, United States

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Two new genera of lickens discovered in Puerto Rico
By Wilson Javier Gonzalez-Espada | 04 June 2014


Joel A. Mercado Díaz and his colleagues combined genetic and morphological techniques to identify two genera and twelve new species of lickens at El Yunque National Forest.

This article is available in Spanish.

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Mongoose populations in El Yunque
By Wilson Javier Gonzalez-Espada | 04 June 2014


Diana Guzmán Colón studied mongoose populations in different ecosystems within el Yunque National Forest.

This article is available in Spanish.

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