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8 ways to end gender inequality in science
How to achieve gender equity in the sciences? Here we tell you what Katherine O'Brie proposes
The black hole photo: what you did'nt know about Katie Bauman
With only 29 years old, Katy Bouman is a postdoctoral candidate at the Event Horizon Telescope and future teacher at Caltech
What do women have to face in the world of science?
Women who dedicate their lives to science have more difficulties in obtaining financing than men
WHO: 10 health dangers in 2019
The World Health Organization warns about ten aspects that threaten the health of the world during the year
5 things about the dark side of the moon
The current mission will solve many doubts about the enigma presented by the dark side of the moon. These are 5 things that you know for now
For the first time in history, the far side of the Moon was reached
The China Chang'e 4 probe is the first in history to land on the far side of the Moon
Find out the 2019 eclipse calendar
This year there will be unmissable eclipses. Here we tell you the dates, if they are lunar or solar, and where they can be seen
Everything you need to know about the Super Blood Moon
Between January 20 and 21 we can see this wonderful eclipse. We tell you all the details
The 7 greatest scientific advances of 2018
Find here a list of some of the most important scientific advances of the year
Tokyo 2020: your cell phone could be part of the prize
The idea aims to create medals from Japanese electronic waste
What are the functions of the new Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation in Colombia?
This initiative seeks to transform 'Colciencias' into an entity that can capture more resources for research
Do you know what sarcopenia is?
Weight increasing comes as you get older. It can be due to the degeneration suffered by your muscle mass. Get to know about sarcopenia and how you can prevent it
We can discover the dark side of the moon!
The Chang'e-4 Mission departed from China and is expected to descend by the end of January. LatinAmerican Post reviews the details of this event
The first genetically modified superhumans are born in China
A team of Chinese researchers announced they have created the first genetically modified babies, born in Shenzhen, a few kilometers from Hong Kong
Do you know why microwave are a serious risk to your health?
According to a new publication, exposure to low-frequency electromagnetic fields represents a health hazard not properly addressed
Women who get up early have less risk of breast cancer
Getting up early has multiple health benefits and could even help you minimize breast cancer risk
The dangerous anti-vaccine movement: Do you know what it is?
The refusal of parents to vaccinate their children is causing outbreaks of diseases that were believed almost eradicated
BepiColombo: The space mission with which we would know more about Mercury
Thanks to a Euro-Japanese union, it will be possible to investigate more of the closest planet to the Sun
This treatment would eliminate the need for insulin injections in diabetics
A new treatment promises to eliminate, once and for all, insulin injections in diabetic patients
Amazing! Scientists could eliminate addiction to cigarettes
According to research by the Scripps Research Institute, an enzyme could be responsible for eliminating cigarette addiction in the near future
Is Osteoporosis a public health problem?
This disease must be considered a public health priority in Latin America, given the enormous impact on the health of patients and the economic sector
Amazing! Would you eat chicken nuggets made of feather cells?
By 2030, the UN's goal is to eradicate hunger through sustainable agricultural practices, technology, and markets. This type of initiatives could help
China defies space: they will build its own moon!
The Chinese city of Chengdu will launch in 2020 a satellite capable of emitting a brightness 8 times higher than the Moon, locating it almost 500 kilometers from the Earth
This could be the end of salmonella, colera, and other bacteria
A study published by the Institute of Immunology and Immunotherapy (IMII) of Chile determined the way in which bacteria can cause diseases
The Latin American challenge to face heart diseases
Heart diseases are a global illness that particularly affects Latin America
October 19: International Day against breast cancer
With the aim of raising awareness and promoting access to timely treatments, the International Day against Breast Cancer is celebrated every October 19
What is the electrosmog and how you can avoid it?
This type of pollution reduces levels of concentration, produces constant fatigue and weakens human health in a silent way
Everything you need to know about the space debris laboratory in the Netherlands
In search of a solution to space debris, artist Dan Roosergaarde opened this week the Space Debris Laboratory in Almere, the Netherlands
Do you want to prevent ovarian cancer? Aspirin may help
An important scientific study concluded that consuming aspirin in low doses may be the way to reduce ovarian cancer
These are the alarming numbers of adolescent pregnancy in Latin America
According to Unicef, Latin America is the second region in the world with the highest rate of unplanned pregnancy in adolescence
We could know the solar system origin! The Hayabusa2 mission was successful
Those responsible for collecting material in the asteroid Ryugu, will be two small robots of only 1 kilogram
Follow these 5 tips to lower your blood pressure
We tell you what are the 5 main tips that you must take into account to reduce high blood pressure.
7 surprising facts about the moon
In LatinAmerican Post we bring you some curious facts about the moon that you probably did not know
Did you know October is the month of depression awareness?
Although about 322 million people suffer from depression, there is still a lack of knowledge about what this disorder brings
Can you die for love? This is the broken-heart syndrome
It seems that the popular expression "died of grief" is not so figurative: broken-heart syndrome is a heart condition caused by high levels of stress
Discover how to prevent heart diseases
The strategic project that seeks to prevent cardiovascular diseases was announced at the last Latin American Cholesterol Summit
Eclipses and other 3 astronomical phenomena that you should watch
At least once in your life, you should watch these events. Discover which ones
Female sexual dysfunctions, which are the most common?
Although sexual disorders are often associated with the menopause, it is possible that you are living a silent disease
It is not coca what is consumed, it is cement and gasoline
According to The PubChem Project, "the leaves only contain 1% of total cocaine"
Will we touch the sun? Everything you need to know about the Parker Solar Probe Mission
A historic mission that will revolutionize our understanding of the sun has just taken off from Florida
Video: If you missed the shooting stars, relive the best moments here
Make your wish while watching the rain of shooting stars
Five myths and realities about HIV
Although there is extensive knowledge about the forms of transmission and prevention of HIV, there are people who have formed false ideas about the disease. Find here the most common.
There is another eclipse! Here, we tell you everything you need to know
Next August 11 there will be a partial solar eclipse. Here we tell you what you should know
Everything you need to know about the longest lunar eclipse of the 21st century
On July 27, we can witness the longest total lunar eclipse of this century
Royal Observatory, Greenwich: A look at the universe after 60 years of rest
The Royal Observatory of Greenwich reopens its doors 60 years after the smog of London forced it to close in 1957
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