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SuSWEF: Ciencia Boricua para un Mejor Puerto Rico

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Investigadores del RUM en colaboración con peritos de la Universidad de Carolina del Sur estudian métodos para mejorar el manejo y reutilización de biomasa, optimizar prácticas agrícolas, y educar al público general sobre los problemas que obstaculizan un Puerto Rico auto-sostenible. 

A 2016 Full of Achievements

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Dear friends,

It is with great pride that we share with you CienciaPR’s first annual report, a compendium of the most significant achievements of our organization in 2016.

The report marks the tenth anniversary of our community, which saw the light of day on January 2006. It has been incredibly inspiring to see how over the last ten years the CienciaPR network has grown, and with it, the number of ideas and projects that place our community of scientists and STEM professionals at the service of the Puerto Rican people.

OASIS, Twitter Health Surveillance, y Sentient Roads: Proyectos para el Puerto Rico del Futuro

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Conocimientos adquiridos de una charla con el Dr. Manuel Rodríguez, profesor de Ciencias e Ingeniería de Computadoras, sobre sus múltiples colaboraciones y proyectos visionarios, todos con el fin de mejorar los procesos y oportunidades en la Isla.

Hydrogen Sulfide’s Potential Case against Amyloid Formation, investigated by RUM Scientists

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Amyloid formation is directly associated with the development of Alzheimer’s, Parkingson’s, Huntington’s, and many other degenerative diseases. Dr. Juan Lopez-Garriga’s lab at the UPRM is currently investigating H2S’s role in the inhibition of amyloid formation.
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