|Robot Security Vulnerabilities Pose Threat to Humans|
Robots built by leading manufacturers are at “critical risk” of being hacked and posing a serious threat to people and property, according to cybersecurity researchers.
|Kernaia's New 'DuoLingo' App Teaches Indigenous Mexican Languages|
Preserve Indigenous histories by passing on languages that Spanish colonizers in Mexico attempted to annihilate? There’s an app for that.
|SpaceX Aims to Shoot 2 Tourists to the Moon in 2018|
The Associated Press
SpaceX said Monday it will fly two people to the moon next year, a feat not attempted since NASA's Apollo heyday close to half a century ago.
|Microsoft Protecting Mexican People with New Cybersecurity Engagement Center|
The center will be taking advantage of Microsoft’s proactive role in matters of fighting cybercrime, particularly in the dismantling of criminal organizations that operate through Botnet schemes.
|UNAM Researchers Strive to Cut Methane from Cows|
Scientists in Mexico say they may have found a way to cut production of methane, a gas linked to rising temperatures on the Earth’s surface. The scientists say their method may help reduce the methane released by cows, one of the main producers of the gas.
|Tequila Companies in Mexico Hope to Transform Agave Plant Waste Into Fuel|
Thomson Reuters Foundation
One of Mexico's most famous tequila companies, Herradura, hopes to turn into fuel the thousands of tonnes of waste it generates each year from the spiky blue agave plants used to make the spirit, and cut its energy bill.
|Did Salmonella Cause the Aztec Society to Collapse?|
Scientists have put forward fresh evidence from the DNA of a bacterial species, suggesting that a deadly salmonella outbreak may have been responsible for the death of Aztec society.
|High-Tech Gear Used in Search to Locate the 43 Missing Ayotzinapa Students|
Mexico News Daily
Mexico’s federal Attorney General’s office invested more than 600,000 pesos in high technology systems to attempt to locate the students, who disappeared during a night of violence in Iguala, Guerrero.
|Smartphone Fertility App Approved as Contraception|
Fertility app Natural Cycles is world's first piece of software to be certified as a reliable form of contraception.
|Biologists Discover Life Inside 50,000-Year-Old Crystals Found in Mexican Cave System|
Scientists have made a major discovery of ancient life forms as old as 50,000 years, that have been detected still alive inside crystals. These ancient crystals were found inside hot and humid caves in Naica, Mexico.
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