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UPR-Humacao will host the first entrepreneur incubator

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The provost of the University of Puerto Rico - Rio Piedras (UPRH), Efraín Vázquez Vera, opened the first entrepreneur incubator with the name: Center for Bussiness Development (CEDE). CEDE is linked to the Deparment of Bussiness Administration at UPRH. 

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Conferencia y Hackathon sobre equidad en educación STEM

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Invitamos a estudiantes, profesores, profesionales y miembros del público a registrarse para participar de la primera conferencia de "Project Kaleidoscope" de la AACU a realizarse en PR. La misma tocará temas de equidad en las disciplinas STEM, cómo lograr mayor participación de estudiantes hispanos y féminas en las ciencias, mejores prácticas para la enseñanza de STEM, y cómo lograr un ambiente más inclusivo en los campos científicos y tecnológicos.

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UPR-Humacao shines at annual biomedical research conference

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Two students from the Biology Deparment at the University of Puerto Rico, Humacao Campus were awarded for their reearch presentations at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABCRMS) during November in San Antonio, Texas.

Giovani Deliz, junior in the General biology program and Raiza Reyes, junior under a Microbiology major were recognized along another 11 students among 1700 participant students. ABRCMS is one of the biggest research conference for underepresented minority students and is funded by the American Society of Microbiology under an NIH grant.

 

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Kingbird "Pitirre": emblematic bird

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This article discusses the Tyrannus dominicensis specie.

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The author is a professor at the University of Puerto Rico in Humacao.

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UPR Humacao won the Nasa Human Exploration Rover challenge

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Students from the University of Puerto Rico (UPR) in Humacao won the NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge druing April 11-12  at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

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UPR in Humacao graduate more physicists than MIT

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The physics Asociation anounced that the University of Puerto Rico at Humacao graduates the largest number of physicists.

 

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UPR Humacao investigates bioluminescence in Vieques

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Researchers from the University of Puerto Rico at Humacao, have joined the DRNA to investigate the decrease in bioluminescence in Vieques bay.

 

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Quinones: cancer cell destroyers

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We have all been touched by this terrible illness. According to the American Cancer Society more than a half-million people die annually of cancer in the US. In Puerto Rico, the mortality rate is 5,000 patients per year, with a 2% increase each year.

Cancer results from uncontrollable cell proliferation, which leads to the formation of malignant tumors in different parts of the body. These tumors affect the physiological function of tissues and organs and are the target of cancer treatment.

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