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Panamanian fish to feed the world a better way

June 9, 2020 The Lobster Place’ is one of New York’s biggest fish markets. Located in the famous Chelsea Market, it sells thousands […]

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New technological trends in the real estate industry

April 6, 2020 The real estate industry has always been very traditional and conservative, with methods that have hardly changed in the past […]

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The Cryptocurrency that made Blockchain take off

January 28, 2020 Experts agree that the emergence of the first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, and its success is the direct result of the disenchantment […]

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Amador Goodridge: “It is possible to do science in Panama, but it’s important to get to a sense of the country’s reality first”

October 29, 2019 Gabrielle Britton and Amador Goodridge have in common a passion for science, as well as a genuine mutual admiration on […]

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A conversation with “The Brain Snatcher”

June 18, 2019 When Pere Estupiny talks science, his face lights up. Estupiny is a trained biochemist who has become a science communicator […]

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Panama brings together science communicators from Latin America and the Caribbean

April 23, 2019 Science is everywhere. It is part of our daily life: from cooking and cultivating the garden, to recycling and interpreting […]

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Tecnology and innovation: keys for the development and competitiveness of the cities of knowledge

December 21, 2018 El fin último es algo que Ruta N tiene en común con ciudades del conocimiento homólogas en Panamá y Brasil: un futuro próspero, inclusivo, democrático y sostenible para sus países y el mundo.

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Panamanian fish to feed the world a better way

November 16, 2018 Open Blue started operations in Panama in 2009 and today, it has invested more than 100 million, has 240 employees throughout the country, of which a considerable percentage is local. It has alsobecome a model worldwide in the field of sustainable farm fishing in the open sea.

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“I’ve never been afraid of technology”: Toomas Hendrik Ilves

November 16, 2018 In that sense, transparency can be improved by reducing the human factor and I think that many situations of this kind would become much more efficient

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