After neutralizing SARS-CoV-2 in cell culture, scientists at the University of Costa Rica are proceeding with human testing
A Pan American Health Organization public health expert shares his views on the outlook for the region, which has more than 1.5 million cases—and growing
A survey of nine large mammals found fragmented habitats throughout the country, suggesting the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor is failing...
Confronting climate change, cultures with intensive, specialized land use were vulnerable. Those that endured cultivated multiple crops and helped edible rainforest species prosper
Antibodies to a portion of the influenza virus that varies relatively little from strain to strain may provide flu protection in humans
A Nicaraguan study supports the idea preexisting dengue immunity may affect susceptibility to Zika
Biologists and computers scientists team up to create a census of animal populations
An effort to develop new products to conserve a collection of lithographs has revealed two new species of fungi
Costa Rican scientists are extracting valuable materials from the peel and stubble of pineapples.
Some 2,500 youngsters from 66 countries brought to Costa Rica robots designed to solve sustainability challenges
The finding gives a glimpse of the majestic detail of this long-lost edifice central to Jewish and Christian history
Two South Korean scientists say the virus does not seem highly contagious
Images captured by photojournalists at La Naci ỏ n newspaper in Costa Rica show the impact of eruptions this week around Turrialba volcano, located about 50 kilometers from the nation’s capital city of San José...
Health authorities in Spain have confirmed that a health worker at the Carlos III Hospital in Madrid, Spain has been infected with the Ebola virus.