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How You Can Stay Sober with the Aid of Technology

The Fix

The internet can be a great resource for people recovering from addiction by providing information as well as connections.

All Banks in Mexico to Install Fingerprint Readers to Curb Identity Theft

Biometric Update

Mexico’s National Banking and Security Commission said that within the next 12 months, all banking institutions throughout Mexico will require an onsite fingerprint reader to verify the identity of clients.

4 Companies Selected to Build Border Wall Prototypes

Epoch Times

The U.S.-Mexico border wall proposed by President Donald Trump is one step further to completion, with the Customs and Border Protection agency saying they’ve announced contracts to four companies to build different prototypes.

How to Watch the Biggest Asteroid to Pass Earth Since NASA Records Began


Tthe universe is giving you a new historic astronomical spectacle this Friday. A mountain-sized asteroid will pass Earth at a distance of 145 million miles, meaning it will be visible even with only run-of-the-mill backyard telescopes.

Is Mexico Prickly Pear Cactus-Gas an Energy Source?

Agence France-Presse

The prickly pear cactus was considered sacred by the ancient Aztecs, and modern-day Mexicans eat it, drink it, and even use it in medicines and shampoos. Now scientists have come up with a new use for the bright green plant: producing renewable energy.

How Dogs and Drones are Slashing Rescue Times in the Wake of Natural Disasters


An unlikely dynamic duo is changing the game for rescue operations needing to move quickly after natural disasters.

Geothermal Is a Key Source of CentAm Clean Energy

Inter Press Service

Energy from the depths of the earth – geothermal – is destined to fuel renewable power generation in Central America, a region with great potential in this field.

Scientists in Mexico Explore Gulf of California Depths with Mini-Submarines

Latin American Herald Tribune

Mexican scientists are using remote-controlled mini-submarines to explore the deep waters of the Gulf of California, getting a look at areas that are out of reach for divers, the National Science and Technology Council said.

Why the 2024 Total Solar Eclipse May ’Outshine’ 2017

Mother Nature Network

While the 2024 total solar eclipse will certainly offer new opportunities for those states that missed out on this year’s lauded "path of totality," it’s the duration of totality that will have eclipse-o-philes counting down the days.

An Interview with Al Gore on the Climate and the Roll of Emerging Technologies


For the release of his new documentary “Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power”, we asked Al Gore about the role technology, present and future, plays in advancing climate science and enabling a more sustainable future.

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