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Valverde and one of her 'nasa' pieces.

Institute helps artisan launch her project

The creativity and ingenuity of a woman from Torreón, Coahuila, found motivation and financial support in the local chapter of the Women’s Institute. Claudia Valverde

Andy, hard-working student.

Coahuila 12-year-old most diligent student

A 12-year-old boy from Saltillo, Coahuila, can claim the title of Mexico’s most diligent student after winning first place in the national Children’s Knowledge Olympiad.

Fernández at the 2015 wheelchair dance championships in Rome.

Yermaín Fernández, wheelchair dancer

He grew up the victim of bullying and discrimination and fought depression. But today, Yermaín Fernández Angeles is happily married, the father of one and an

ballesteros, graduate

80-year-old student granted law degree

Eighty-year-old María Dolores Ballesteros, a grandmother of six, has just been granted a law degree by the University of the Valley of Mexico (UVM) but she’s not finished her

alejandro vela

Coahuila native is a music ambassador

Alejandro Vela is a prodigious and prolific pianist who performs around the world but nothing compares to playing in his home country, an experience he

Avendaño, video game creator at 15.

College student, 15, designs video game

A 15-year-old college student from Oaxaca is about to commercially launch his first video game through his own software company. Carlos Avendaño Soria, from Santa Cruz

Téllez and his blue corn products.

Puebla entrepreneur and Mexican dream

A young entrepreneur has found the Mexican dream after homesickness forced him to abandon seeking the American version and return home from the United States. Today, Leobardo Téllez

Veterinarian Candias and Rueditas.

Prosthetics for dogs, cats, even turtles

A veterinarian in Puebla discovered his mission in life after persuading the owners of a three-month-old labrador puppy not to put it down after it injured its

Paulo Lozano Tovar

Smallest motor will drive new cube-sats

Piloting an unmanned aircraft, or drone, is now within financial reach for many people. Indeed, a Mexican company in Nuevo León is building and selling

Rodrigo Medellín, batman

We can thank bats for tacos, tequila

It’s probably not widely known that 1 million Mexican Free Tail Bats will eat 10 tonnes of insects in a single night. Or that the

Valverde and one of her 'nasa' pieces.

Institute helps artisan launch her project

The creativity and ingenuity of a woman from Torreón, Coahuila, found motivation and financial support in the local chapter of the Women’s Institute. Claudia Valverde

Andy, hard-working student.

Coahuila 12-year-old most diligent student

A 12-year-old boy from Saltillo, Coahuila, can claim the title of Mexico’s most diligent student after winning first place in the national Children’s Knowledge Olympiad.

Fernández at the 2015 wheelchair dance championships in Rome.

Yermaín Fernández, wheelchair dancer

He grew up the victim of bullying and discrimination and fought depression. But today, Yermaín Fernández Angeles is happily married, the father of one and an

ballesteros, graduate

80-year-old student granted law degree

Eighty-year-old María Dolores Ballesteros, a grandmother of six, has just been granted a law degree by the University of the Valley of Mexico (UVM) but she’s not finished her

alejandro vela

Coahuila native is a music ambassador

Alejandro Vela is a prodigious and prolific pianist who performs around the world but nothing compares to playing in his home country, an experience he

Avendaño, video game creator at 15.

College student, 15, designs video game

A 15-year-old college student from Oaxaca is about to commercially launch his first video game through his own software company. Carlos Avendaño Soria, from Santa Cruz

Téllez and his blue corn products.

Puebla entrepreneur and Mexican dream

A young entrepreneur has found the Mexican dream after homesickness forced him to abandon seeking the American version and return home from the United States. Today, Leobardo Téllez

Veterinarian Candias and Rueditas.

Prosthetics for dogs, cats, even turtles

A veterinarian in Puebla discovered his mission in life after persuading the owners of a three-month-old labrador puppy not to put it down after it injured its

Paulo Lozano Tovar

Smallest motor will drive new cube-sats

Piloting an unmanned aircraft, or drone, is now within financial reach for many people. Indeed, a Mexican company in Nuevo León is building and selling

Rodrigo Medellín, batman

We can thank bats for tacos, tequila

It’s probably not widely known that 1 million Mexican Free Tail Bats will eat 10 tonnes of insects in a single night. Or that the

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