July 16, 2020

Influenza, Covid-19, and acute respiratory problems: the perfect storm?

The Mexican health care system will face the challenge of diagnosing and treating cases of influenza, acute respiratory infections, and Covid-19.
July 13, 2020

In Mexico, only 79% of HIV patients know they have the virus

United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS had set a goal for 90% of sufferers to know about their disease by 2020 in all countries.
July 8, 2020

The “science fiction” experiment warning about CO2 concentrations

According to researchers in Biosphere 2, plants can only process up to 600 parts per million of carbon dioxide. Earth is close to 500 parts per million.
July 3, 2020

This is the technology that proved the Mayans were just as good as the Romans at engineering

All roads lead to Rome, or Chichén Itzá in this case, as the capital belonged […]
July 2, 2020

Exequiel Ezcurra: an old hand at conservation in Mexico

Through firm leadership, the naturalized Mexican biologist has transformed scientific knowledge into public policy, and created models for conservation.
June 30, 2020

The life and work of a virus: are they really that harmful?

Viruses have been around for 4 billion years, since the time when life began. The word has its root in the Latin for ‘poison’, but not all are bad.
June 29, 2020

Donating blood during the pandemic? It’s the only solution for scarcity

Blood centers worldwide have issued this warning: Covid-19 has also impacted reserves. The number of donations has decreased.
June 19, 2020

Riding a bicycle, the plan for preventing infections and reducing pollution

This measure seeks to reduce the strain on public transportation in Mexico City and reduce the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
June 18, 2020

Felipe Muñoz González: “The ideal has never been not to get infected, but rather to get infected with the minimum viral load.”

Due to radical changes in social organization caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, a period is beginning which demands a new level of both physical and mental alertness.
June 16, 2020

Cabo Pulmo and its fight to continue as a conservation success story

The inhabitants of Cabo Pulmo maintain a tourist industry while keeping its coral ecosystem safe.
June 15, 2020

‘MexiCiencia’ fights against the fake news virus

Stories that the 5G antennas of mobile networks spread the coronavirus or eating avocado makes […]
June 12, 2020

The plague that sparked Newton’s great ideas

What is light composed of? Does the force that causes apples to fall to the ground extend beyond the Earth? These were problems that Newton raised during quarantine due to the Great Plague of London.