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Tag Archives: latin american science digest
Surveying São Paulo’s drought, monarch butterflies in danger, and is the chia fad sustainable?
Latin America’s largest cellulosic ethanol plant built, combating the decline of monarch butterflies, and mosquitoes to fight dengue in Brazil.
New coffee science in Colombia, a tower to measure climate change in the Amazon, and transgenic grapes in Chile
Developing a new cassava in Colombia, improving pastures in Brazil, new marine species found in Argentina
A gigantic dinosaur discovered in Argentina, contaminating wildfire in the Brazilian Amazon, and ALMA watches the collision of two galaxies
Seals brought TB to the Americas, Chile builds its largest wind farm, earthquake shakes Peru.
The genetics of Ecuadorians, Caribbean reefs under threat, and dinosaur nests in Argentina.
An app to track mosquitoes that transmit dengue, a Venezuelan dinosaur, and an unstealable bike
55 million-year-old mammal fossils found in Antarctica, making hydrogen from banana waste in Ecuador, and the Caribbean’s tiny grasshopper
Illegal logging near Peru-Brazil border, invasive South American fire ants, and trust funds for water in Latin America.
Peru weakens environmental protections, Brazil seeds clouds to reverse drought, and “Science does not have a strong voice in Chile.”
Argentina and Brazil to build LLAMA radiotelescope, Uruguay’s “renewable energy revolution,” and world’s most intense UV radiation measured in Bolivia.
New ancient civilization discovered in Peru, Nicaragua and China unveil canal route, and study says Amazon could have had a lot more savanna.
Turning urine into water in space, Latin Americans place in the Google Science Fair, and Argentina displays the “world’s largest dinosaur.”
Chikungunya spreading through Central America, Chileans help decipher the Atlantic salmon genome, and Cretaceous fossils found in Cuba.
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.
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