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    20% of Rich Households Take Half the Income of Costa Rica

    20% of rich households take 50.5% of the country's total income. This is revealed by a study conducted by experts from the National University (UNA).

    Use of Agrochemicals Impacts Bee Populations in Costa Rica!

    To public opinion, in general; to the President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado Quesada, and his cabinet staff in particular…

    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...

    Environmentalists Celebrate Expiration of the Last Trawling License in Costa Rica

    Last Friday, August 16th, 2019, the last license for semi-industrial trawling shrimp fishing granted in the country, which generated satisfaction in the environmental sector,...

    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...

    30 Micro-Companies Improved Their Competitiveness in the Entrepreneurial Market

    Improving aspects that may deteriorate the quality and productivity of small and micro-scale enterprises (SMEs), as well as optimizing processes that may affect the...

    UNA Cameras Captured the Presence of Bush Dogs in Costa Rica

    A brief video of cameras belonging to the National University (UNA) captured, in the southern area of our country, the presence of a mammal...

    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...

    Marine Farms in Costa Rica Seek to Offer Alternatives to Traditional Fishing

    A new activity is being developed on the Costa Rican coasts called marine farms, which seek to become an alternative to traditional fishing. The...

    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),...

    Crocs in the Beaches of Costa Rica!

    Holy Week is just around the corner. Many have suitcases ready to vacation, but there is an alert because crocodiles haunt the...

    Gray Hawk Hailed Bird Lovers in San José

    Last Tuesday, very early in the morning, a gray hawk was seen on the balcony of a tower apartment in Sabana. To...

    Guanacaste Communities Had Picnics to Clean and Save the Rivers

    On Sunday, March 10th, 2019, a group of students, an organization, and the municipality of Guanacaste made picnics and activities in the...

    How to Manage Garbage Properly

    Did you know that a considerable part of what you dump can be recycled? Many items that can have a secondary use often end...

    Rural Tourism Emerges as New Choice in Costa Rica

    The tourism industry contributes 6.3% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to the Costa Rican economy if the direct and indirect contributions are added...

    Costa Rica and Its Seismological Activities

    For nobody is a secret that Costa Rica constantly suffers from earthquakes and tremors, which is due to “Sub-duction Zones” where large tectonic plates...

    If inflation is at zero, why is there not enough money?

    Costa Rica has gone twelve consecutive months with an inflation whose interannual variation is negative. This has had repercussion on wage increases, which have remained practically...
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