México, Thursday , July 19 , 2018 19:57 hrs.
Science & Tech
Tonantzintla telescope: Monitoring nearby asteroids
Puebla (Notimex) - The Tonantzintla Schmidt Chamber telescope will monitor asteroids near earth as part of a new project to study their physical and orbital properties.
The chamber is in the facilities of the National Astrophysics, Electronics and Optics Institute in the state of Puebla.
The telescope has been in operation for 76 years.
The telescope's main use for the past three months has been...
Mexico and Denmark extend biletaral health deal
Mexico (Notimex) - Mexico and Denmark have agreed to extend for five more years a bilateral health agreement aimed at improving the quality of medical care.
The extension was signed by Mexican Health Minister José Narro, and Denmark's ambassador to Mexico, Henrik Bramsen.
The deal includes research projects in mental health, such as suicide prevention, and a diabetes prevention program.
More praise for telecoms reform
(Mexico) - Global satellite consulting firm Eruconsult has given an award to the Mexican government for the implementation of the telecommunications reform and opening the satellite sector.
The reform reflects the government's strategy and committment to improve services for the people of Mexico, the company said.
The reform has brought many benefits, as Mexico has moved to the forefront of the telecoms...
Mexico's first electric car firm launches production
Puebla (Notimex) - Zacua, the company and the name of Mexico's first electric car, has begun production of the vehicle in its plant in the state of Puebla.
The first units are expected to be available to the public in May.
The production of the vehicles is almost artisan-level, said Zacua CEO Jorge Martínez, in order to ensure they comply with user requirements.
The engines are developed by Dynamik...