Publications in NICARAGUA


Solar Tribune
10/29/2017

Sun-Powered Schools
America’s K-12 Schools are learning about the advantages of solar. Across the nation, both public and private schools are installing solar panels. For schools with tight budgets, solar is making economic sense, while also providing a unique learning

Computer science teacher wins 2018 Sandia Excellence in Teaching Award
LIVERMORE, Calif. – Miguel Baez, Granada High School computer science teacher, was recently getting his students motivated after welcoming them back from lunch. After getting his class settled, he was interrupted by P.J. Daley, the school’s principa
Yahoo
6/23/2018

At least eight people including a baby were killed Saturday when pro-government forces clashed with opponents in Nicaragua, according to a rights group. Seven people were killed in the capital Managua and one in Masaya and a baby was among the dead,

Energy Environ. Sci., 2018, Accepted ManuscriptDOI: 10.1039/C7EE03639F, PerspectiveShane Ardo, David Fernandez Rivas, Miguel A. Modestino, Verena Schulze Greiving, Fatwa Abdi, Esther Alarcon-Llado, Vincent Artero, Katherine E. Ayers, Corsin Battagli

Young women encouraged to blaze their own trails at Sandia’s Math and Science Awards
LIVERMORE, Calif. – More than 30 students recently visited Sandia National Laboratories’ California site to attend the 27th annual Sandia Math and Science Awards, a flagship program of the Sandia Women’s Connection. Heidi Ammerlahn, left, with the S

DENVER (AP) - If buildings could talk, the dusty storage structure that has rested for decades in a park beneath the Granada's water tower might tell stories about the seventh-graders who giggled and chattered as they assembled floats for the annual
Denver Post
5/18/2018

GRANADA — If buildings could talk, the dusty storage structure that has rested for decades in a park beneath the town’s water tower might tell stories about the seventh-graders who giggled and chattered as they assembled floats for the annual
Mongabay
5/9/2018

Wildlife decimated by the surge in conflicts in the Sahara and the Sahel
The surge in armed conflicts across the Sahara Desert and the band of dry savanna to its south called the Sahel is devastating the region’s wildlife, according to recent findings published in the journal Conservation Letters. “As if the harsh, arid
physorg.com
5/4/2018

An international study involving researchers from the University of Granada has established that the escalation of armed conflicts in the Sahara-Sahel region is leading to a dramatic population decline of species such as the African elephant and dor
Business Wire
4/18/2018

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--#AI_Driven_Drug_Discovery--ReviveMed Inc., today announced it has closed an oversubscribed seed round of $1.5 million to advance its artificial intelligence (AI)-driven platform that unlocks the value of metabolomi



LCRA promotes water conservation by awarding $171,000 for projects in central Texas

LCRA promotes water conservation by awarding


IU, Kelley School and Whirlpool partnering on Habitat for Humanity campus build in Bloomington

IU, Kelley School and Whirlpool partnering on


Don’t Miss Washington’s Energy Future Conference

Don’t Miss Washington’s Energy Future Conference


World-renowned Wetlands Ecologist Robert Twilley to Deliver Opening Talk at National Conference

World-renowned Wetlands Ecologist Robert Twilley


Take advantage of smart residential solar inverter ‘common language’

Take advantage of smart residential solar inverter