Primordial el diálogo entre la prensa y los científicos

El director del Centro Comprensivo de Cáncer de la Universidad de Puerto Rico (UPR) indicó que crear una relación estrecha de intercambio y colaboración entre la prensa y los investigadores científicos es lo… Continue reading

Fundación Ricky Martin y UPR-RP presentan segundo estudio sobre la trata humana

El Dr. César Rey, catedrático del Recinto de Río Piedras de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, identificó cinco nuevas modalidades de trata humana en Puerto Rico durante la presentación de la segunda parte… Continue reading

UPR firma acuerdo colaborativo con la Fundación Ricky Martin

La Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras, firmó un convenio con la Fundación Ricky Martin para ampliar la colaboración académica y científica en el tema de la defensa y protección de los… Continue reading

ASPPRO ANUNCIA CONVENCIÓN PARA 2014

La Asociación de Periodistas de Puerto Rico (ASPPRO) anunció en conferencia de prensa la Segunda Convención de Periodismo donde se llevarán a cabo diversos foros vinculados a las comunicaciones sobre temas de la actualidad… Continue reading

‘HackPR’ links companies with new tech talent

The second edition of Puerto Rico’s biggest student-run hackathon, “HackPR,” took place over the weekend in Mayagüez, allowing technology amateurs and professionals showcase their skills before big name companies like Microsoft and Google,… Continue reading

Treasury starts mailing new Puerto Rico tax forms today

The Puerto Rico Treasury Department will start mailing out today more than 990,000 single, unified tax form that will standardize the reporting process corresponding to the 2013 taxable year. The new streamlined version… Continue reading

National University pumping $12M into new projects

National University College is investing a total of $12 million to fund the expansion of its Ponce, Río Grande, and Bayamón campuses, as part of a five-year strategic plan to provide better facilities… Continue reading

Puerto Rico’s “Lemon Law” still under evaluation

A House Bill that could pave the way for the creation and implementation of a “Lemon Law” for Puerto Rico is under evaluation, six months after public hearings for the measure that would… Continue reading

Claro continues to expand its 4G LTE network

Telecommunications provider Claro Puerto Rico announced Monday the expansion of its 4G Long-Term Evolution (LTE) network to nine more municipalities in Puerto Rico, totaling 18 new additions in just seven weeks. This time,… Continue reading

‘La Campechada’ event promises economic bonanza

La Campechada, San Juan’s cultural-tourism event slated to take place this weekend, has proven to be a strong source of employment and economic movement for the municipality, promoting local businesses and creating more… Continue reading