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    UNA Researcher among the 100 most Powerful Women in Central America

    An advocate of communication and action in communities vulnerable to tsunamis, researcher Silvia Chacón is distinguished as...

    Believe It or Not, Animals Cannot Keep the Pace of Climate Change

    Climate change is going too fast for living things. Attempts to adapt occur in all orders of life: with the rise in temperature, there...

    TEC’s New Best Practice Manual Seeks to Increase Productivity in Construction

    Productivity is a key factor in the development of the construction industry. Waste of human and material resources affects the execution time of the...

    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...

    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”...

    Project Analyzes the Effects of Climate Change on the Relationships among Species of Plants,...

    Climate change represents one of the main threats that ecosystems currently face. The páramo is considered one of the most vulnerable in the Neotropics...

    Researchers Analyze Presence and Effect of Greenhouse Gases in Costa Rican Forests

    A group of researchers from the National University (UNA), the University of Costa Rica (UCR) and the Technological Institute of Costa Rica...

    Researchers Seek Greater Information on Species in Isla del Coco

    With the participation of officials of the Isla del Coco National Park (PNIC), the "Monitoring Protocol for Pelagic Species and Geological Formations in Isla...
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    Costa Rican Researchers Discover Parasitical Agents in Giraffes

    2 veterinarians and one biologist conducted a study on parasitical agents in giraffes, in which 2 new agents never before described worldwide were detected....

    Getting Out Into The Dirt Is Actually Good For You

    Did you know there are natural anti-depressants that are found in dirt, and these can actually make you both happier and healthier?  Researchers have found that...

    Alien Life Possible on Saturn’s Moon

    For as long as we can remember people have questioned the validity of life beyond Earth. They hold onto the notion that our planet...
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