Science

Marco Rito Palomares, the Mexican playing in the big leagues of biotechnology

It all started when he was at junior high. A teacher got him interested in science and there was no going back. He’s now one of the most important biotechnologists in the world.

Mexican scientists design quick mobile test for Covid-19

The test, which is performed with the aid of a smartphone, provides a result in 15 minutes and is shared in real time with your doctor.

Gerardo Herrera: The big question physicists are asking ourselves

The lead scientist on the Mexican team at CERN (“the biggest laboratory in the world”) talks about Mexican contributions to world physics.

What caused the extinction of the dinosaurs? The debate is finally over

The scientific community had been divided on theories. However, a new study clarifies what happened 66 million years ago.

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

Her explanation for the discovery, made 50 years ago, was initially rejected.

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