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Costa Rican Students Propose to Treat Bacteria that Cause Diarrhea at IGEM 2019

A 9-team of young university students will represent Costa Rica at the “International Genetically-Engineered Machine” (IGEM), the most important synthetic biology competition in the world, which will be held in Boston, from October 31st to November 4th,...

Biotechnology Scientists Are Captivated by the Wonderful Power of Plants

In our country, biotechnology is considered, by the Costa Rican government, a priority area in national development policies. In fact, it was included in the 21st Century Strategy and the National Plans of Science, Technology, and Innovation 2011-2014 and...

Generators Reviewed: Where to Find the Best Generator Reviews Online

The generator market is changing all the time and there have been a number of large technological breakthroughs in the past decade or so that have really changed things. Solar powered portable generators are now growing more common place...

Outer Space Weather Causes Radiation Damage to Satellites

The use of electric propulsion to lift satellites into the geostationary orbit can result in significant degradation of solar cells, according to a new study. Prolonged journeys result in greater exposure to the damaging effects of outer space weather. Understanding...

Is It Possible to Make an Invisibility Cloak?

Invisibility has unleashed our imagination since ancient times. Thousands of science-fiction books and films based on this power have been written. Likewise, hundreds of research groups from universities around the world, made up of mathematicians, physicists and engineers, try...

Costa Rica Surprises the World with Its Ingenuity

It is widely accepted that "Technology is science applied to the resolution of problems." It provides human beings with tools that allow them to meet their needs. " In addition to this, it can be mentioned that technology is currently...

How Costa Rica Became One of the Most Innovative Countries in Latin America

This country has a little less than 5 million inhabitants. But that has not prevented Costa Rica from being at the forefront of innovation in Latin America. Aside from being known as exporters of coffee and bananas, "Ticos" evolved towards...

Costa Rican Students Create Food that Will Help Reduce Malnutrition in Central America

4 students of Food Engineering at the University of Costa Rica (UCR) managed to create a dry, eco-friendly, and very versatile mix with agroindustrial by-products (eggshell, whey, and seeds) on a base of sweet potato and ñampí...

Modern Essentials for Business Success in 2019

There are a lot of factors that you need to consider when it comes to improving the business and achieving success right now. Make sure you think about what it takes to help you enjoy business success, and this...

4 Numbers to Know if Developing a Mobile Application

Unlike regular websites, mobile apps often remain a poorly studied field for many marketers and business owners. On the one hand, the tool itself and its capabilities are just easier to get to the marketer. But how much this...
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Costa Rica Celebrates Its Free and Compulsory Primary Education System

On November 10th, 1942 the "Costa Rican School Day" was decreed. This day is considered auspicious to...
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Do You Have an Asymptomatic Condition?

Is there anything more frightening than the thought of a dangerous yet asymptomatic condition? It can be truly unnerving to consider a medical condition...

The New OCR Technology Available for Google Photos and Google Lens App’s In All OS and The Web

One of the best things that Google Photos has created is its powerful search tool. It automatically recognizes objects places, pets, events...

Do You Know What The National Flag and Pavillion of Costa Rica Mean?

National Pavilion Day of Costa Rica is the day dedicated to honoring the flag that represents us "Ticos". A symbol that we show with...

Officials From 34 Countries Attended Forum on Sustainable Agriculture

Costa Rica hosted a meeting of agricultural leaders from 34 countries of the American continent, in which they discussed how to achieve...
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