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Adhara Pérez, the Mexican child genius with a higher IQ than Einstein
Adhara Pérez Sánchez is eight years old and like any other girl she has favorite superheroes, although they are not conventional: Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking
The woman who connected Mexico to the Internet
Astrophysicist Gloria Koenigsberger helped to achieve the first Internet connection of Mexico’s highest house of studies
Mexican scientist granted same distinction as Darwin and Einstein
Valeria Souza Saldívar is the first Mexican scientist to enter the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in the category of Honorary Foreign Member
Mexico to have first underground lab in Latin America
LABChico will be built 100 meters deep in “La Guadalupe” mine in Mineral del Chico and it will be focused on the measurement of natural radioactivity
UNAM student to lead analog mission to Mars
In 2006, Danton Bazaldua was appointed one of the four emerging leaders in the aerospace sector by the Space Generation Advisory Council of the United Nations
The Mexican women protecting axolotls
Despite all the obstacles they face on a daily basis, including lack of resources and sexism, “Ajolotario Cuemanco” has been rescuing and reproducing axolotls in Xochimilco for four years
Alejandro González Iñárritu receives honorary doctorate from UNAM
The filmmaker was recognized for his contributions to art by Mexico’s highest house of studies
Mexican scientists to delve into Earth’s deepest secrets
The expedition in the Guaymas Basin, located in the Gulf of California, will extract more information about Earth's history and its evolution
Mexican students excel in Ibero-American Biology Olympiad
Adrián Rodríguez, Leonardo González, Samuel Ruiz, and Eduardo Jiménez represented Mexico in the international competition
Mexican scientists win Breakthrough Prize
Project Event Horizon Telescope captured the first photograph of a supermassive black hole