MOOCs and the future of online learning

By Josemaría Elizondo With the idea of exploring the new ways and possibilities in which virtual environments could be used for the transfer of knowledge and...

The formation of talent grows: 160 thousand people take MOOCs in...

By Michael Ramírez and Rebeca Ruiz "Industry 4.0 requires a 4.0 education," said the president and CEO of Siemens recently, referring to the digital and technological...

Anthropocene, an era marked by the human footprint

By Gabriela Faz According to the NGO Global Footprint Network, the past August 1st was the day that humanity exhausted all its natural resources (water,...

The writing and the road. The world travelers’ story

This literary work portraits an interesting collection of travels, all of whom contribute to understand the encounter between two cultures, using several topics to...

The challenge of being a female scientist in Mexico

By Michael Ramírez The gender gap in the field of science and technology persist in 2018, as women continue to face barriers that prevent them...

Drones as a Weapon of War

By Fernando Hernández Gual* Outreach Article Development of technology nowadays is fostered by various institutions and different nations with the goal of achieving new advances that...

Are blind people excluded from technology?

By Emmanuel Cruz* Outreach Article Today, technology plays a very important role in the development of human beings, affecting both the way we acquire knowledge and...

In Mexico, Poverty has the Face of a Woman

By Gabriela Faz The International Labor Organization (ILO) points out that inclusion of women as part of the workforce, not only means having access to...

Foreign investment in Mexico and its inequitable state distribution

By Eduardo Saucedo Outreach Article Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) that Mexico receives from the rest of the world is very important for the country's economy, it...

The birth of scientific agriculture in Mexico

By Michael Ramírez and Gabriela Faz “The world is agricultural” Eva Rivas says it bluntly. She affirms that countries are supported by their agricultural production,...