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To advocate and promote the creation of more and better Spanish-language science, health and technology content, Marga Gual Soler, Ivan Fernando GonzalezLuis Quevedo and yours truly —all members of CienciaPR—created Red Comuniciencia. Red Comuniciencia is a community of Spanish-language science, health and technology communicators based in North America. 

Puerto Rican app gets its patent

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Marie Custodio Collazo/ mcustodio@elnuevodia.com

The Puerto Rican startup company iGenApps received approval for the patent of its method for the creation of apps from mobile devices for users with little or no technical knowledge.

 

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Puerto Rican app gets patent

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Marie Custodio Collazo/ mcustodio@elnuevodia.com

Puerto Rican company iGenApps secured a patent for its method for the creation of apps from mobile devices for users with little to no technical experience.

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75 New Jobs in Technology

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Marie Custodio Collazo / mcustodio@elnuevodia.com

The Puerto Rico Science, Technology and Research Trust established a new partnership with the company Claim Software Development (CSD) that will create 75 new jobs and a school to train future health care information technology systems specialists.

 

 

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When technology goes too far

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In this article, part of our collaboration with El Nuevo Día, Wilson González Espada explains what happens when technology jumps ahead of science and launches products that have not been tested for safety. Some examples include X-rays, the pigment green of Paris, radioactive materials sold as energy boosters and recently, some pain medications that ended up having adverse cardiovascular effects.

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Puerto Rican develops an app to learn spanish

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José A. Delgado / jdelgado@elnuevodia.com

Jennifer Conde Powers has created an app to teach kids to learn and speak Spanish.  The app was created by Cupcake digital company and is based on the “Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! program.

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Mission: Make them fall in love with technology

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El Nuevo Día Educador / elnuevodiaeducador@elnuevodia.com

Over 110 youth from the Puerto Rico public school system attended the 4th Tecno Boyz Day, organized by Microsoft and the Department of Education (DE) and held at the Microsoft Operations facilities in Humacao.

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The new literacy: programming languages

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Rafael Guerrero Preston

Computers are ubiquitous in modern life and this is the era of Big Data. Thus one of the challenges Puerto Rico faces as a society is to promote the new literacy of the 21st century: knowing how read, think and write in our native language, in English and in computer programming languages. This will not only result in cultural and economic benefits but it will help us be competitive in the global arena.

 

 

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