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Monthly Archives: June 2014
Brazil’s bioeconomy: from petroleum-based to biology-based products
by Juan Fernando Villa Romero
Chikungunya spreading through Central America, Chileans help decipher the Atlantic salmon genome, and Cretaceous fossils found in Cuba.
An interview with Colombian malaria researcher Manuel E. Patarroyo
Last month we had the opportunity to interview Dr. Manuel Elkin Patarroyo, recognized...
Central America’s vulnerability to climate change, Nature magazine highlights South American science, and recreating Alzheimer’s in fruit flies.
Studying desert plants in Mexico for cancer treatments, an atomic clock on Chile’s ALMA telescope, and an artificial heart in Argentina.
An ichthyosaur cementery found in Chile, the aerodynamic ‘Brazuca’ World Cup ball, and Mexico’s huge new aquarium