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Costa Rica has responded to the coronavirus with technological development

Costa Rica has reduced its dependence on imported goods at times of increasing global demand.

Costa Rican universities designing emergency ventilators to help patients with COVID-19

Separate projects at the University of Costa Rica (UCR) and the Costa Rica Institute of Technology (TEC) could help the country be better prepared for an increase in coronavirus cases. 

Seven detained after confrontation between police, protesters near UCR turns violent

In at least one instance, demonstrators splashed gasoline on a police officer and tried to light it on fire. 

Students declare ‘state of emergency’ due to sexual harassment at Costa Rican universities

Students reported an alarming increase in cases of sexual harassment at institutions of higher education.

Costa Rican students create environmentally friendly sunblock

KapiScreen doesn’t contain oxybenzone, a chemical that can harm marine life.

Visit Costa Rica’s famed Isla del Coco – without leaving San José

Using video mapping and other technological tools, we can experience a full day at the island.

New poll in Costa Rica: another small Fabricio lead, another statistical dead heat

Fifteen percent of those who intend to vote on April 1 say they are still undecided.

Presidential candidate Fabricio Alvarado pulls out of UCR debate

This is at least the fifth debate from which the candidate has withdrawn during the second round of campaigning.

Polls show continuing statistical dead heat in Costa Rica’s presidential runoff

Fabricio Alvarado dropped six points in the latest poll, while Carlos Alvarado dropped by one.

Costa Rican students transform pineapple waste into dishes and plates

They learned that at the local farmers market, about 500 pineapple tops, or crowns, are thrown away every weekend. There was no shortage of raw material.

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