The long road to studying brain diseases

Developing drugs to treat mental conditions can take up to 20 years, and these may not end up being approved. The search for answers begins with brain donations.

Do bats spread Covid-19? We debunk the myth

Only one species is responsible for the spread of Covid-19. Learn more about how bats benefit your life.

5 investigations that promise to make history in Mexico

At its Research and Development Conference, the Tec showcased the projects transforming Mexico.

Tips for looking after the elderly in quarantine

Here are some tips on how to look after your elderly relatives.

The coronavirus’ low mutation rate opens the door to a general vaccine

In an interview, Dr. Joel Vázquez from the INER explains that the virus’ low mutation rate means that vaccines from other countries could also be on the cards for Mexico.

June Almeida, the woman who identified a coronavirus for the first time

Her explanation for the discovery, made 50 years ago, was initially rejected.
en la cuarentena, basta tomar una buena actitud, dice el astronauta Yurchijin.

5 tips for surviving quarantine from a Space Station inhabitant

According to Fyodor Yurchikhin, who has made five flights to space, quarantine is the perfect time for doing things you never have time for.

Medical and social impact, and other reasons for not minimizing the pandemic

Researcher Gerardo Ceballos believes this may be the last pandemic human beings face that they can overcome.

TecSalud and the Nuevo León Ministry of Health are using an innovative treatment for...

The use of plasma or convalescent serum consists of extracting virus antibodies from the blood of patients who have recovered.

Viruses are older than humanity and are part of our DNA

To help you understand what a virus is, we present you with some surprising figures and information about their coexistence with humans.



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