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UPR Mayagüez hosting entrepreneurship conference

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To promote entrepreneurship in the university community, the student association Idea Platform of the University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez is hosting, for the second year in a row, Elicit-Innovation: Mega evento de innovación y emprendimiento: http://www.elicitinnovation.com.

For more information visit: Idea Platform.

Promo video: https://youtu.be/ftvtjJgGbPs

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Beca UPRAA/Dominion Power para estudiantes UPR Mayagüez

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The Association of University of Puerto Rico Alumni and Friends Abroad (UPRAA) invites you to apply for the UPRAA/Dominion Power Scholarship and congratulates you for your efforts in pursuing your studies.

 

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Messenger of environmental wisdom

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Azyadeth Vélez Candelario

Dr. Jane Goodall recently visited Puerto Rico and offered a talk titled We can't Wait for Environmental Education.

 

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UPR Mayagüez celebrates anniversary of the Industrial Biotechnology Program

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The University of Puerto Rico in Mayagüez calebrates 20 years of its Industrial Biotechnology Program.

 

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UPR Mayagüez receives funding to study the Puerto Rico Trench

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The University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez (RUM) received a grant from the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to research and explore the Puerto Rico Trench, the deepest part of the Atlantic Ocean.

 

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New details of Puerto Rican genetics

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A recent study, published in PLoS Genetics by a team that included scientists from the University of Puerto Rico in Mayagüez, use genetic analyses to trace the ancestry of modern day Puerto Ricans.

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Creating jobs by saving money

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Reinaldo Millán y Omar Alfonso

Casa Pueblo have designed a plan to alleviate the cost of electric bills in PR using a new technology.

 

 

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The millenary journey of a species

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Scientists from the University of Puerto Rico in Mayagüez studied the mitochondrial DNA of Caribbean geckos to understand their evolution.

 

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Four decades of the UPR Mayagüez Planetarium's

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Azyadeth Vélez Candelario (yadeth@uprm.edu)

The Planetarium at the University of Puerto Rico in Mayagüez opened its doors in 1973 and has served close to half a million visitors.

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Greetchen Díaz: ponceña even in the moon

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Greetchen Díaz-Muñoz, is a scientist postdoc associate that studies HPV at Nebraska University and also volunters at Ciencia Puerto Rico. This article features her story from her beginnings at Playa de Ponce until become a role model and advocate for sciences in Puerto Rico.

 

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