|IPN Students Design Wheelchair Powered By Solar|
Mexico News Daily
A solar-powered electric wheelchair developed by a team of students at the National Polytechnic Institute could go on sale as early as June.
|The Affordable Home Robot of the Future Is Here to Communicate with Your Family|
California startup OhmniLabs has developed a home robot - named Ohmni - that people can use in their homes to communicate with others, near or far.
|When Will the Party End for Online Poker's Refugees?|
In 2011, the U.S. federal government unsealed an indictment against the world’s largest online poker sites, forcing many professional poker players to move abroad to keep playing. After years of living large abroad, some are starting to wonder: What comes next?
|In Mexico, Fears a New Water Treatment Plant Will Kill Wastewater Farming|
The Associated Press
For more than 100 years, most of what gets flushed down Mexico City’s toilets has resurfaced two hours to the north in the rivers and reservoirs of the rural Mezquital Valley. A massive new water treatment plant is about to change this.
|Cities Across Globe Host Marches to Defend Science|
Scientists around the world are gathering in solidarity with community members against political attacks on science.
|'Panic Button' Application Among Several New Aids Offered to Mexicans in US|
The Mexican government has added a “panic button” to its mobile application aimed at helping Mexican migrants in the U.S., while two other applications for immigrants in the U.S. without legal permission.
|Cybersecurity Should Protect Us - Not Control Us|
What does the election in Mexico, a hospital in California, baby monitors around the world and tinned fruit in Thailand have in common? They were all were involved in the great ‘cybersecurity’ failures of 2016.
|Machine Learning Is Being Used to Uncover the Mass Graves of Mexico's Missing|
A team of multi-country researchers, data scientists, and statisticians is using machine learning to predict which counties in Mexico are most likely to have hidden graves.
|Start Speaking Spanish in Just 3 Weeks with Babbel|
Some hard-working Babbelonians were asked to learn Spanish with Babbel for 3 weeks. None were expert learners, and few had much free time to dedicate to language learning. So how did they do?
|That Time the President of Mexico Rode in a Turbine Chrysler Fueled by Tequila|
Road & Track
Chrysler experimented with turbine powered cars from 1953 to 1988, and the highlight of the program was a fleet of more than 50 bronze colored cars they built in 1963. The Chrysler Turbine cars could run on anything flammable. That includes tequila.
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