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UNAM scientists develop tuberculosis antibiotic from scorpion venom
Tuberculosis is one of the most lethal diseases in the world
Mexican girl is recognized as outstanding young innovator
Xóchitl, who is from Chiapas, created Warm Barh, a solar water heater made from recycled objects
UNAM scientists discover new sea species in Cozumel
UNAM experts calculate this new sea species arrived at its Quintana Roo cave 4 billion years ago
Mexican student designs 3D printer to create bones with biodegradable materials
UNAM student Aarón Misael Ortiz de la O designed a prototype that prints HD small porous structures similar to bones
Mexicans find galactic sources of the highest-energy gamma rays ever
The discovery was registered in the High-Altitude Water Cherenkov gamma rays observatory in Puebla
The young Mexican developing space technology
The young Mexican student from Tampico dreams of becoming and astronaut
Mexican scientists create eco-friendly insecticide to save corn
The neem-based insecticide allows rural families who live from grain production to efficiently store corn
Mexican students create sustainable go-kart
The prototype absorbs energy through its solar panel and it also charges through its brake system
2019 in Review: Our 5 most-read stories
It’s not all bad news in Mexico. Here’s a list of the most popular articles of 2019!
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