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April 22, 2017

The Science March, which coincided with Earth Day, was carried out in over 500 cities worldwide. Its main purpose (especially in the United States) was to defend the quintessential roll scientific research and knowledge have over public policy and decision making.

Science March

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Science in its many disciplines is universal and diverse. It spans across all languages, continents, and cultures; notable contributors in its fields come from all corners of the globe. Although the U.S. is viewed worldwide as the global scientific research powerhouse thanks to generous funding of programs, education, and experimentation, the Latin American world has also been making incredible scientific strides for centuries. Latino culture has raised Nobel Prize winners, geniuses in environmental science, and quantum field theory game changers. Here are some brilliant Latin Science minds who have changed the way we understand the world:

Dr. Bernardo Houssay, Dr. Cesare Mansueto Giulio, Dr. Mario Molina, Dr. Adriana Ocampo, and Dr. José Sarukhán.

5 Scientists in Latino History Who Changed the World

February 21, 2017

The Tyler Prize Executive Committee will award the 2017 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement to pioneering Mexican ecologist Professor José Sarukhán, for his scientific contributions to the field of biological diversity and institutionbuilding.

Prof. Mario Molina and everyone at the Mario Molina Center congratulate our Advisor, José Sarukhán.

He will receive the Prize on May 4th at a ceremony in Washington D.C.

Our Advisor José Sarukhán will receive the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement

This past 8th of Febuary 2017, Dr. Molina held a conference at Harvard University discussing air quality in megacities such as Mexico City and Beijing. You may have access to the video of the conference by clicking on the following picture:


February 2017


Mario Molina will speak at Harvard University about Air Pollution in Megacities: From Mexico City to Beijing

Why Immigrants Are Vital to Science in the U.S.


Analogies: learning to transform scientific discoveries into politics

Interview with Mario Molina, with Sébastien Treyer and Aleksandar Rankovic (Iddri), Alexis Bonnel (Afd) and Isabelle Biagiotti (AIDA, Regards sur la Terre).

Trump lays plans to reverse Obama’s climate change legacy – New York Times

“The message they are sending to the rest of the world is that they don’t believe climate change is serious. It’s shocking to see such a degree of ignorance from the United States,” said Dr Mario J. Molina, a Nobel Prize-winning scientist from Mexico who advises nations on climate change policy.

Scientists Call Out Pruitt’s False View of Climate Change – Inside Climate News

“Just as there is no escaping gravity when one steps off a cliff, there is no escaping the warming that follows when we add extra carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases to the atmosphere,” the scientists wrote. The group included Nobel laureate chemist Mario Molina of the University of California, San Diego, and eight members of the National Academies of Science.


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