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Puerto Rican students will participate in a solar eclipse research project

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Six Puerto Rican students will form part of a team that will study the total solar eclipse that will be seen in the United States on August 21.

 

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Puerto Rican geographer educates about climate change

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Gerardo E. Alvarado León

Lumari Pardo Rodríguez is completing her phd studying climate change at UC Santa Barbara.

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Reading an environmental short story

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Josefina Barceló Jiménez

Hundreds of students listened to the short story: 'Canito, el murciélago pescador' from author Zulma Ayes Santiago. The program was coordinated by the Estuario de la Bahía de San Juan. 

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More interest for STEM fields

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Keila López Alicea

Several academic Institutions around Puerto Rico have created new programs in STEM fields due to the interest of students to pursue careers in these fields.

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Filipa Godoy studies the bacterial populations found in the cervix of Puerto Rican women to develop potential treatment for cervical cancer

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Dr. Filipa Godoy, scientist at Interamerican University talks about her research in microbiology.

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Bacterias determine the growth of the Caribbean Trumpet Tree

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Dr. Filipa Godoy, scientist at Interamerican University talks about her research in microbiology.

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Biofuel with crab enzimes?

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Dr. Filipa Godoy, scientist at Interamerican University talks about her research in microbial ecology.

 

 

  

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Passionate about bacterias

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Creating robots to satisfy social needs

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Professor José de Abongüez, owner of Ai-Robotix Corp, in collaboration with students from Interamerican University are developing robots that help reduce cost, optimize resources and simplifly human shores.

 

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