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April 14, 2021
how to google

How to google like a pro and avoid fake news

The word “googlear” (“to google” in English) is already being considered by the Royal Spanish Academy, and it’s already virtually a daily activity.
September 9, 2021
telematics

Telematics: the future of automobile management

Although it isn’t possible yet to control a vehicle without a driver, the technology isn’t far off.
July 20, 2021
3D printing

3D printing: the only technology that will be taken to other planets

The idea is to turn it into the tool that makes all other tools to start a new civilization from scratch.

Entrepreneurship

June 17, 2022
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How to make an amazing pitch

We tell you how you can make an attractive and convincing presentation for the eyes of potential investors.
June 13, 2022
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One man’s trash is another man’s treasure: Food waste startups

Waste products such as avocado stones, citrus peels, and potato skins are the new raw materials.
June 10, 2022

Doradita stands and other public-facing entrepreneurship the AIFA needs

Ana María García Ceceña, Director of the Entrepreneurship and Law Clinic at the Tec, analyzes projects that the new airport needs.

Science

June 7, 2022
illustrations of Marie Boivin the first gynecologist

Marie Boivin: the first gynecologist to document the art of obstetrics

She invented a pelvimeter, a vaginal speculum, narrated the first surgical removal of a cancerous cervix, and wrote books that were translated into several languages.
June 3, 2022
Scientific illustration

Scientific illustration has survived technology, but why is it still important?

Five centuries ago, scientific illustrators were a necessary component of the exploration campaigns to the Spanish and English colonies.
June 1, 2022
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Why did the population of monarch butterflies go up in Mexico?

We tell you which factors led to the repopulation of this species.

Tech

Trends

May 19, 2022
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The fungus that killed the 100-year-old palm tree on Paseo de la Reforma

In a 2018 survey, it was estimated that there were 15,000 palm trees in the city and that 25% of them suffered from some type of pest.
May 12, 2022
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Tec Review is celebrating six years and has a book for you

Free to download, the digital book gathers some of the most significant stories published over 40 issues of our magazine.
April 11, 2022
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Can Lake Texcoco recover?

Experts give us their opinion about the future of the most important body of water in the Mexico basin.