The Nanoscience Landscape at Tecnológico de Monterrey

By David Güemes, Dulce Viridiana Melo y Luis Marcelo Lozano Opinion piece A discipline devoted to the study of functional structures with dimensions smaller than 100 nanometers, nanotechnology lies...

The therapeutic superpower of oregano

By José Rodríguez, Magdalena de Jesús Rostro Alanis y Roberto Parra Saldívar Article of scientific dissemination Essential oils are a complex mixture of different volatile compounds naturally present in...

Protection for Materials and the Planet

By Milton Carlos Elias Espinosa Article of dissemination “In the store window there are two watches that appear to be the same at first glance but...

How much can mobile devices help learning?

By Victor Robledo, Luis Neri, Julieta Noguez and Andrés González  Article of scientific dissemination    The use of mobile technologies has changed the way in which...

Are Pecan Nuts Beneficial for Your Health?

Article of scientific dissemination Pecans are well-known for their high nutritional value, which means they are a rich source of energy, lipids, carbohydrates, protein, fiber,...

Black has never been so fresh and “cool”

By Marcelo Lozano Article of scientific dissemination We often relate the color of objects to how they handle the heat. Think of wearing a black shirt...

Personalized medicine, a new hope for the healthcare system

By Gustavo Hernández Vargas Article of scientific dissemination In recent years, technological breakthroughs have improved the ways in which we interact with or receive services from...

Improving Health with Fruit Extracts Is Possible

By Sara Lara Abia Popular Science Article According to numerous reports by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), consumption of fruits and vegetables may...

Selenium against chronic degenerative diseases

Research by Daniela Guardado, Janet Gutiérrez, and Sergio Serna Saldívar Popular science article edited by: Lety Amisadai Ortega Garrido, a Biotechnology student You may have seen wounded skin...

Nanomaterials, A Great Breakthrough, But Who Regulates Their Use?

By Judith Bernal Op-ed Article Scientific evidence has linked exposure to nanoparticles and nanomaterials through air pollution to adverse health effects, such as dry cough, asthma,...