From traveling to space to advocating for equal rights, these five Latinos aimed high and made history.
Two organizations have teamed up to protect the endemic frog species, which is at risk due to loss of habitat and climate change.
Junellie González and Wilbert Ruperto, who were impacted by the radio telescope which collapsed on Dec. 1, highlight its importance for the scientific world and the future representation of Latinos in science.
The second-largest radio telescope in the world had been operating for more than half a century.
The National Science Foundation said it’s too dangerous to keep operating the single dish radio telescope given the significant damage it recently sustained.
More than 250 scientists around the world were using the telescope.
The Democrat is working proactively to fulfill one of the most progressive climate change plans ever for a president.
The Food and Drug Administration has authorized the emergency use of plasma for patients who are critically ill with coronavirus.
The vaccine was “generally safe and well-tolerated,” and appears to create an immune response against the virus.
At this time, a clinical trial for a long-term study on the effects of this therapy is being reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration.