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Mexico's Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnologia Selects Thomson Reuters Web of Knowledge

Philadelphia, PA, London, UK, October 20, 2011 - Thomson Reuters today announced the Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnologia (CONACYT), a national council promoting science and technology policies in Mexico, has selected Web of Knowledge(TM) to enhance the research and analytic capabilities of researchers across the nation.
México | Thursday October 20th, 2011

U.S., Mexico to install quake sensors in two border city areas
Rong-Gong Lin II

Officials say the devices, to be set up in the Mexicali and Tijuana regions, will let scientists swiftly identify the worst-hit areas after a quake and tell authorities where to send emergency crews.
México | Thursday October 20th, 2011

Was an 1883 astronomy mystery a near-miss billion tonne comet?
Mark Brown

In August of 1883, Mexican astronomer José Bonilla pointed his telescope at the sky and recorded an astonishing event: some 450 mysterious objects passing in front of the Sun, each with misty trails.
México | Monday October 17th, 2011

Ancient human footprints found in Mexico

Footprints from early humans that are between 4500 and 25,000 years-old have been discovered in a remote area of northern Mexico.
Chihuahua | Tuesday September 27th, 2011

Scientists awarded for putting the fizz in physics, the giggles in gigabytes
Victoria Lambert

Showered with paper airplanes, garlanded by admiring Nobel laureates, some of the world's quirkiest scientists will be honoured at a sellout ceremony at Harvard University next week.
International | Wednesday September 21st, 2011

US scientists testing earthquake early warning

After years of lagging behind Japan, Mexico and other quake-prone countries, the U.S. government has been quietly testing an earthquake early warning system in California since February. Cochran belongs to an exclusive club of scientists who receive a heads up every time the state shakes.
International | Tuesday September 20th, 2011

US, Mexico make contact regarding oldest active 'MIA' case
Philip Grey

The Departments of Defense and State have established the first formal contacts with Mexican authorities regarding the case of 11 sets of remains — believed to be American soldiers — dating from the Mexican-American War of 1846-1848.
México | Friday September 16th, 2011

Did Flying Snails Cross Mexico?
Alasdair Wilkins

Pigs may never fly, but in the Gulf of Mexico, snails take to the skies. Or at least they used to. A new study suggests that two species of marine snails may have traveled between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans—all in the belly of a bird.
México | Wednesday September 14th, 2011

Genetically modified mosquitoes eyed vs dengue
TJ Manotoc

Breeding genetically modified mosquitoes (GMMs) in the lab and releasing them into the wild may help solve dengue fever outbreaks in the Philippines, British and American scientists believe.
International | Monday September 12th, 2011

An Epidemiologist on 'Contagion': This Will Almost Certainly Occur
Larry Madoff

Despite some disappointments, Contagion hits much more than it misses. The science is uncannily true, with rare exceptions.
México | Monday September 12th, 2011

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