Throughout history we find women scientists with an exceptional career, but who have not received the recognition they deserve. And although society struggles against this difference, it is interesting to know the lives and experiences of important women scientists to prevent history from repeating itself. Today, in honor of theRead More →

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During the nineteenth century it was thought that infectious diseases were generated from miasmas (pollutant vapors), which were transported by air. It was not known that germs cause diseases or that they can be transmitted through the consumption of water contaminated by faeces. During that same period, the River ThamesRead More →