Wilbert Luna

Wilbert Luna, the Tec graduate defending personal data and fighting corruption

Winner of the Euromoney Rising Star award, the graduate from Toluca Campus talks about his career 12 years after leaving university.
face masks

One of Mario Molina’s final recommendations: wear face masks

The Mexican chemist urged people to wear face masks during the pandemic. His studies show that they do help to reduce contagion.
Jed foundation

Tec de Monterrey and the Jed Foundation team up for mental health

One more effort from Tec de Monterrey to preserve the integrated wellbeing of its community with a focus on suicide prevention with the Jed Foundation.

Interview | These women are the winners of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry and...

Charpentier and Doudna developed the technology programmed to recognize specific sequences in genes and introduce correct mutations into DNA.
Sebastián Jaime Oviedo

Sebastián Jaime Oviedo, the Mexican who’s winning prizes for his 3D short films

This Tec de Monterrey student is inspired by problems like smoking to make his animations.
Ron Garan

Ron Garan, the former astronaut who dreams of a collaborative world

A former astronaut who took part in the virtual Cemex-Tec de Monterrey Award activities invites us to engage in “planetary thought”.
Mexicans who defend the purity of honey

Mexicans defending the purity of honey

According to beekeeping specialists, the adulteration of this product is a problem that must be tackled with science, culture, and specific actions.

David Garza Salazar and the art of taking over during an emergency

For the Tec’s executive president, the focus has been on taking care of people’s health, guaranteeing academic continuity, and contributing to mitigating the impact.

Meet Jaime Jasso, the Mexican digital artist who’s worked on Star Wars and Marvel...

Originally from Guadalajara, the designer has more than 20 years of experience in visual effects for movies and video games.

There are 185 young people in the new class of Leaders of Tomorrow

Tec de Monterrey welcomed a new group of young people to the Leaders of Tomorrow program. This initiative has sponsored 1,345 students.



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