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Costa Rica hosting Math + X symposium with renowned researchers

Costa Rica will welcome some of the world's top scientific minds when it hosts Math + X, a symposium organized by Rice University.

Meteorite ‘of great scientific interest’ that landed in Costa Rica donated to Field Museum in Chicago

This is the first time that Costa Rican scientists have had the opportunity to observe and analyze a meteorite recovered in the country.

Costa Rica Turtle Study Provides New Insights into ‘Arribadas’

The findings suggest a "developmental difference between the eggs of arribada and non-arribada nesting females." 

Epic Games, UCreativa reach first-of-its kind partnership in Central America

Epic has been a leader in gaming and animation technologies for nearly 30 years. Their Unreal Engine powers popular games including Fortnite, Bioshock and Gears of War.

Mysterious rock that fell in Costa Rica is a meteorite ‘of great scientific interest,’ UCR says

This is the first time that Costa Rican scientists have had the opportunity to observe and analyze a meteorite recovered in the country.

Cancer-detecting AI created from Costa Rican image archive

The team built an algorithm from an archive of more than 60,000 cervical images collected from Costa Rica.
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Unraveling the Mystery of a Costa Rican Expat’s Past

Expats come to Costa Rica for all types of reasons; Some come to live, some to die. Some are running from something, others in...

Costa Rica’s OIJ Raids SETENA Offices Over Alleged Permit Irregularities

Early this morning, agents of the Judicial Investigation Agency (OIJ) conducted a series of raids at the National Environmental Technical Secretariat (SETENA) due to...

Female Referees Make History at Copa America 2024

Eight women will break new barriers in refereeing the 2024 Copa America. The oldest national team tournament in the world will have female referees...