Sunday, November 17, 2019

Science

Only through Science, the World Population Will Be Fed in 30 Years

Science and innovation seem to be the answer to the problem of how to feed the world population in 2050, with fewer agricultural areas. However, a major challenge is to eliminate the collective fear of everything developed...

Do You Know Why Mosquitoes Always Choose You?

When summer comes, mosquitoes arrive. Nothing ruins a perfect evening than its buzzing, which warns that a mosquito is looking for hot food. There are more than 3,000 species of these insects around the world, enough to spoil us...

The Science behind the Factors that Influence Healthy Aging

Thanks to the findings of several researchers like Dr. Alexander Leaf, and later Dr. Michel Poulain, Dr. Luis Rosero Bixby, the Willcox brothers, as well as the journalist Dan Buettner, we learned about several places where people live the...

Amazing Discovery: Micro Plastic is Present in Table Salt

Thanks to an investigation carried out by the South Korean scientist Kim Seung Kyu, it was concluded that 90% of the table salt sold globally contains microplastic, that is, plastic fragments less than five centimeters long. To carry out this...

Why Is the Rainbow Curved?

In order for any rainbow to appear, the right weather conditions must be met. As we have all been able to verify, we do not see the rainbow every time it rains, especially in stormy or windy conditions. There...

Climate Change Impacts Costa Rican Páramo Species

Thinking that the characteristics of global warming and, consequently, of climate change are non-existent elements, has distinguished through different studies and scientific investigations. This perspective, beyond being a fallacy, is a reality. Changing weather conditions, threats to food production as...

What Will Be the Future of Machine Learning

The presence of numerous technological applications and search engines like Bing and Google, have significantly revolutionized our lives. Technology is overwhelmingly taking off at a turbo speed and most of human activities are getting replaced by automated machines. These...

New Frog Species Is Discovered in Talamanca

A new species of bell frog was discovered in Costa Rica, as revealed in an article published on May 23rd, 2019, in the “Zootaxa” scientific journal. It is an amphibian of the genus Diasporus, which was named amirae, according to...

Alarm after Discovery of Plastic Fish!

After a study carried out recently by Nefertiti Sibaja, a student of biological sciences of the National University of Costa Rica (UNA), serious remains of plastic waste were found in the fish of our coast. It is...

Monkeys with Strange Yellowish Color Turn on the Alarm among Biologists

After an analysis of the sightings, Gustavo Gutiérrez Espeleta, professor and researcher at the School of Biology of the University of Costa Rica (UCR), determined that all the cases reported so far came from the same areas...
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Costa Rica Is Always Open For Business towards Innovative and Creative Economic Entrepreneurship

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Top Asia to America Destinations

From the icy north to the sun-drenched beaches, ancient archaeological sites to misty rainforests, the Americas have something to offer any tourist...

Costa Rican Entrepreneurs Visited Scandinavia to Promote Ecotourism

Costa Rican companies toured Scandinavia from November 7th to 11th, 2019, to meet with 141 tourism agents. It began last Thursday in...

Species of Snake Previously Seen Only in Panama Spotted in Costa Rica

A new species of snake was identified in our country in recent weeks. It is the dwarf snake of Barbour (Trimetopon Barburi,...

Coffee: The Ubiquitous Drink That Rules The World

Coffee is, after water, the second most consumed liquid in the world. Coffee is the second best selling commodity after oil. It...
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