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Science is to doubt

Esteban Palomo tells us how a scientific has to be and the main importance of a profession, in his words, perfect.

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Sudemycin K

Inhibition of Cancer cells

Sudemycins are a family of molecules that inhibit cancer cell proliferation and therefore the growth of cancerous tumors. Three years ago, a molecule considered to be the most stable and […]

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Mathematics on the service of Medicine

A more realistic estimate of how, when and where diseases spread

The latest scientific publication by Carlos Castillo-Chávez, current rector of Yachay Tech, along with two of his postdoctoral colleagues and former students: Benjamin Morin, Vassar, and Derdei Bichara, from Cal […]

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MUT9: The gene behind all genes

DNA: The life code that can program visible and invisible features on the outside of your body. It is a complex molecule that contains secrets that have never been known, […]

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Redefining Graphite

Julio Chacon, professor and researcher at Yachay Tech University studies the properties of intercalated graphite compounds.

We all know pencils and have worked with them. Graphite is a very inexpensive material known for many years for manufacturing pencils. It is 2016 in Yachay Tech and Julio […]

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Q&A with Andreas Griewank

The mind behind Automatic Differentiation

“Mathematics is the real science”, Andreas´ high school teacher told him, not knowing that he would be the person responsible for his choice of scientific field. Some years have gone […]

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Disruption from the Middle of the World.

The Hult Prize initiative comes to Ecuador for the first time.

The Hult Prize initiative comes to Ecuador for the first time.

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From Great Industry to Sustainable Industry

A new alternative for shrimp waste

According to figures from the National Chamber of Aquaculture, shrimp is the second non-oil product exported from the country, reaching up to 480,000 tons per year (2015) and representing 16.6% […]

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Charlotte represents Ecuador in 2016 Spinway.

Ecological low-cost construction materials.

Ecological low-cost construction materials.

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Yachay Tech and Charles Darwin Foundation.

Together for science and excellence in Ecuador.

Together for science and excellence in Ecuador.

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Land of lost giants

Venezuela: the place of the strangest fossils in the world.

Venezuela: the place of the strangest fossils in the world.

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A solution for the Amazon

Paul Arellano featured in Science Magazine.

 

Paul Arellano featured in Science Magazine.

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