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Polytechnic students create hibiscus flower jelly for people with diabetes

Students of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN, for its acronym in Spanish) prepared a gelatin based on jamaica, agave honey, vanilla extract and grenetine, ideal for the health of people, especially the population with diabetes. According to the creators, the gelatin that received the name of Xamaitecatl provides vitamins A, B1, C, E, collagen and...

UNAM student designs scale model of helicopter to fly to Mars

Maria Regina Apodaca Moreno, a graduate student in physics from the Faculty of Sciences (FC, for its acronym in Spanish), stayed at NASA’s Ames Research Center, which allowed her to develop a model for Scale helicopter that will fly on Mars. “The experience helped me develop my work, which will be about a helicopter that...

2024 eclipse in Mexico to be more spectacular than the one of Monday in the USA

St. Joseph, Missouri, Aug. 21 (Notimex).- Mexico, by its geographic position, is an excellent place to appreciate the total eclipses of Sun and the next that will occur in that country in 2024, will be spectacular, much better than Monday in the United States, said the astronomer Luigi Pagano. Pagano is a member of the...
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Using certified goggles to observe eclipse, UNAM scientists suggest

For the partial solar eclipse that can be observed next August 21 in Mexico, UNAM scientists recommended not to look at it with the naked eye, not to use dark glasses, no matter how dark they are, nor to use X-rays, only those goggles certified with the norm ISO, as any other can damage the...
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Scientists in Mexico design beer that helps prevent gastrointestinal damage

Scientists from the Autonomous University of Coahuila (Uadec) are working on the creation of a craft beer with probiotics, in order to offer consumers a drink that helps prevent the development of gastrointestinal diseases. The idea of ​​researchers at the School of Health Sciences (ECS) is to have a market-ready product that, properly consumed, provides...

Daily drinking may minimize the risk of diabetes

People who enjoy one beer or glass of wine several days a week may be less likely to develop diabetes than drinkers who tend to have all their cocktails on a Saturday night, a Danish study suggests. When researchers looked at people who drank the same total amount of alcohol, they found that men who...