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    TEC joins the creation of the Río Torres Interurban Biological Corridor

    TEC joins the creation of the Río Torres Interurban Biological Corridor

    The Tecnológico de Costa Rica (TEC) was integrated as a member of the Local Committee for the Interurban Biological Corridor Río Torres Biosphere Reserve

    Meet the Wonderful Technological Institute of Costa Rica (TEC)!

    The Technological Institute of Costa Rica (TEC) is a national autonomous institution of higher education, dedicated to teaching, research, and the extension...

    Costa Rica Prohibits Use of Glyphosate in Its Protected Wild Areas

    The National System of Conservation Areas (Sinac) issued a guideline, which prohibits the use of glyphosate in the 11 Protected Wild Areas (ASP) of the country, as well as in the institution's offices

    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...

    Costa Rica’s Energy Challenge

    At 5:30 am of any workday, you get up, turn on the radio or television, and get ready to do your housework....

    eFlora App: The New Partner for Environmental and Tourism Education

    To know precisely the name and other characteristics of the different species of national trees, there is a new digital support tool:...

    Human Capital, Technology, and Marketing Are the Strengths of the Costa Rican Companies

    A study applied to 231 companies by researchers, Juan Carlos Leiva and Ronald Mora of the Technological Institute of Costa Rica (TEC), and Esteban...

    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...

    GENFORES Contributes to the Genetic Improvement of Tropical Species

    The Tecnológico de Costa Rica (TEC), through its School of Forest Engineering, is committed to the conservation and development of forest genetic resources. And...

    Costa Rican Coffee Exported to Europe Will Have a Green Label

    It is a label similar to the nutritional labels that come in edible products. It will detail the water footprint (amount of water that...

    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...

    CONAVI Will Invest US$ 1 Million to Repair “La Amistad” Bridge

    The National Road Council (CONAVI) announced the short-term intervention of “La Amistad” (Friendship) Bridge over the Tempisque River, which links the cantons of Cañas...

    Tecnológico de Costa Rica Issues Report on the Country’s Bridge Conditions

    Since 2014, a group of 25 experts from the School of Construction Engineering of the Tecnológico de Costa Rica (TEC) has inspected more than...

    La Fortuna Will Be the Headquarters for the Launch of the “Ecomunidades” Program

    The district of La Fortuna will host the launch of the "Ecomunidades" Program, promoted by the National Directorate for Community Development (DINADECO) and the...

    Water Debacle and the Human Being

    The relationship between water and the human being has been an abusive, toxic and highly contradictory relationship. It is unheard of, but with our...

    App Will Automatically Identify Native Plants of Costa Rica

    The identification of the native flora of Costa Rica now has a new ally thanks to an app that will allow users to identify...

    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...

    A Farmer’s Son of San Ramón Became the 1st Blind Engineer in Costa Rica

    The young David Campos became the 1st blind engineer graduated in Costa Rica. This Ramón resident received his highest award; Computer Engineer...

    Nanotechnology Comes to Costa Rica!

    Without realizing it, the human being has worked with nano-particles since immemorial times. Carbon particles produced by combustion, simple molecules and many viruses that...

    With Engineers and Satellites Grows Aerospace Industry in Costa Rica

    The presence of Costa Rican engineers at NASA, the launch of the 1st satellite with the national flag and the creation of a specialized...

    “Costa Rica Open Future”: An Opportunity to Incentivize Entrepreneurship

    8 entrepreneurial projects were the winners of the 1st edition of “Costa Rica Open Future” that brought together more than 150 different projects. The...

    Do You Have Dysmetry, Plantar Fasciitis, or Flat Foot?

    A trio of young engineers -of the School of Industrial Design of the Technological Institute of Costa Rica (TEC)- are the creators of modern...

    Cartaginese Entrepreneurs Made Adhesive Tape that Could Replace Electrical Cables

    The concern to create a safe and different alternative to the traditional cables for electricity was enough for 2 young Cartaginese decided to join...
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