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October 29, 2014
Project leader Sergio Gomez said researchers recently reached the end of the 340-foot (103-meter) tunnel after meticulously working their way down its length, collecting relics from seeds to pottery to animal bones. A large offering found near the entrance to the chambers, some 59 feet (18 meters) below the Temple of the Plumed Serpent, suggests...
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The “top item on the agenda” will be Sanchez Ceren’s meeting Friday with Peña Nieto “to discuss topics related to bilateral cooperation and support in the areas of trade, economic opportunities, immigration, and scientific and cultural cooperation,” the Salvadoran president’s office said in a statement. The “main purpose of the Salvadoran president’s official visit will...
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Andrew Conrad, the head of life sciences inside the company’s Google X research lab, revealed the project on Tuesday morning at a conference here in Southern California. According to Conrad, the company is fashioning nanoparticles—particles about one billionth of a meter in width—that combine a magnetic material with antibodies or proteins that can attach to...
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Risen Energy Co expects to invest $600 million on the building of a new 300 megawatt solar photovoltaic power plant in the Mexican state of Durango. The area is considered to be the world’s strongest source of solar irradiation, or the measure of how much solar power is being produced in a location. According to...
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Fibra Uno is awaiting approval of the nation’s antitrust commission, known as Cofeco, to finalize the purchases, Rubina told reporters in New York today. The five portfolios include 20 campuses of a university, office buildings, 13 retail properties, seven plots of land and three shopping malls in Mexico City, he said. “The more we grow,...
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A new DNA Bank in Puerto Vallarta, the first of its kind in the area, will allow researchers to not only conduct further studies on diseases thought to carry a predisposition element, but also to diagnose such diseases early on for prevention. The new laboratory facility is located at Centro Universitario de la Costa (CUCosta)...
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The Twentieth Anniversary of the International Gourmet Festival brings 29 participating hotels and restaurants, over 30 chefs from four continents, and new and improved events to welcome over 20 thousand attendees from November 13-23 to Puerto Vallarta, the Riviera Nayarit and Tepic. Once the announcement was made during the press conference held at the XX...
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“Audiences regularly rave about Spencer’s performances at The Palm. His great stories and velvet voice appealed to everyone and we’re thrilled he’s back to open our 15th season!” says Tracy Parks, entertainment director. Also, in the works for many months and opening Nov. 19th at 7pm is ‘Greater Tuna’ a comedy about the third-smallest town...
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A weather system is taking shape to the south of Mexico and will likely become a powerful cyclone in the coming days, Puerto Vallarta is watching developments. If the storm develops into a cyclone, it will be names Hurricane Vance and be the twentieth named storm of the season. This developing tropical cyclone could potentially...
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