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“Latin America stands in Biosciences”

Jesús Sebastián, expert in R&D policies and cooperation, explains during an exclusive interview with RIA Magazine..

To turn data into scientific knowledge

Statistics used to be considered only a tool, but it is becoming increasingly important since..

A native landscape for a sustainable future

Temperature is increasing and has a linear relationship with the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere

“Latin America stands in Biosciences”

Jesús Sebastián, expert in R&D policies and cooperation, explains during an exclusive interview with RIA Magazine that the region in stands biosciences. Strengths and weaknesses of the regional science. “Medical, natural and ethnographic sciences pioneered research in Latin America. International … (Read More )

New technique measures evaporation globally

First method to use weather station measurements to obtain daily evaporation rates.

Updated estimate shows less land for biofuel

Less land may be available for growing biofuels than previously thought, according to a new study..

A gender perspective in rural areas

Gender equality is an intrinsic dimension of equitable and sustainable human development.

The future of food: the challenges ahead

During an exclusive interview with RIA Magazine, the biochemist explains the importance of scientific research for crop improvement and its impact in food production.

First global assessment of land and water ‘grabbing’ published in national journal

As world food and energy demands grow, nations and some corporations increasingly are looking to acquire quality agricultural land for food production

Paradise found for Latin America’s largest land mammal

Wildlife Conservation Society scientists have documented a thriving population of lowland tapirs..