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    Sarah Gilbert: the Scientist who could Save the World from the COVID-19 Pandemic

    "We had to work very, very fast", says Professor Sarah Gilbert, the Oxford University scientist knows that...
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    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...

    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...

    New Butterfly Species with Pink Back Wings Discovered in Guanacaste

    Philtronoma Cbdora; this is the name of a new species of butterfly native to Guanacaste that was discovered by Costa Rican scientists and presented...

    Insulin Pills Are Becoming a Reality

    Daily insulin injections given to people with diabetes may disappear in the future thanks to a capsule that releases insulin directly into the stomach,...

    Virgin Forests All Around the World Are Disappearing Fast

    Between 2014 and 2016, the virgin forests of the world lost an area of 90,000 square kilometers per year. That area is equivalent to...
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    “Humans Can’t Live Longer than 116 years” – Study Found

    Dutch researchers found out that the age limit for humans is 115,7 years for women and 114,1 years for men, despite the improvement of...
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    Scientists Managed to Edit Genes that Cause Sudden Death

    Scientists managed to modify genes that cause heart diseases. According to Nature Magazine, a group of scientists was able to eliminate a hereditary heart disease...

    Costa Rica’s Mystery on Caño Island

    Individuals are attracted to Caño Island in the Osa Peninsula not only for its sandy white beaches, clear blue water, and stunning coral reefs which make...

    El Nino has ended, but La Nina could return this year

    Since 2015, the weather phenomenon El Nino has caused floods and droughts around the world. It ended in May of this year, but La...
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