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Total eclipse will be visible on Sunday in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is one of the countries where the total lunar eclipse can be observed this Sunday, May 15. Those who love astronomical wonders...

‘Amazing milestone’ as NASA fully deploys Webb telescope in space

The most powerful space telescope ever built completed a tricky two-week-long deployment phase Saturday, unfolding its final golden mirror panel, as it readies to...

Researchers say fossil shows humans, dogs lived in Central America in 10,000 BC

A 1978 dig in Nacaome, in northern Costa Rica, found bone remains from the Late Pleistocene.

Ancient footprints re-write humanity’s history in the Americas

The footprints were left in mud on the banks of a long-since dried up lake, which is now part of a New Mexico desert.

Synthetic biology makes ecologists dream … and tremble

The film Jurassic Park (1993) made human beings dream of the possibility of resurrecting species.

Some baby bats babble like human infants, scientists find in Costa Rica

The babbling of 20 baby bats was recorded in Costa Rica and Panama between 2015 and 2016

Costa Rica becomes a space watchman with powerful radar

The device makes it possible to observe the Earth's orbit near the equator, taking advantage of the country's location.

Nicaragua volcano blankets communities in ash

The surprise eruption ejected a column of smoke and ash that was dumped as far as 17 kilometers (10.5 miles) from the volcano's foot.

Bathing with vegetables: The Luffa gourd

With a few deft carvings with a knife, you can have an incredibly satisfying and exfoliating sponge for your shower.

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.

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