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Katherine Johnson, NASA mathematician, passes away
Katherine Johnson, the black woman whose mathematical genius took her from a behind-the-scenes job in a segregated NASA to a key role in sending humans to the moon, died on Monday
Technology giant Microsoft unveils investment plan in Mexico
Microsoft’s plans for digital transformation in Mexico include its first cloud datacenter region
Mexican girl is recognized as outstanding young innovator
Xóchitl, who is from Chiapas, created Warm Barh, a solar water heater made from recycled objects
A Mexican app to be safe at all times
The Mexican company has spent several years in the development of a realist, exclusive, and non-invasive solution to kidnaps, robbery, and car accidents
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
After Torreón shooting, video games to be reclassified in Mexico
Video games will be reclassified, regulated, and even eliminated from the market if they promote or contain violent content
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
Mexico’s Popocatépetl volcano looks dazzling in new HD cameras
Striking images of the Popocatépetl volcano erupting near Mexico City shocked residents of the capital
Mexico is the top video games consumer in Latin America
According to experts, the popularity of video games could be used to promote healthy habits