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The discovery of pre-historic human remains near Tulum sheds light on the origins of Yucatán's first inhabitants.
A handful of the structures found at X’baatún are reported to be comparable in size to several temples in nearby Izamal....
Tatiana Proskouriakoff is remembered for laying the foundation for understanding Mayan historical texts and reconstructing the political history of Mayan city-states.
The cave system extends from the Chuy Ha Cenote, in the municipality of Kaua, to the Aktun Kaab dry cave, in Santa Rita — which is roughly 85 kilometers away in a straight line.
The megalodon, or “big tooth” is an extinct species of shark that lived approximately 2.3 to 3.6 million years ago from the early Miocene to the Pliocene periods.
A group of INAH archaeologists led by Patricia Meehan Hermanson has begun restoration work on Kohunlich’s famous giant stucco masks in Quintana Roo.
Mexico has become the first country in North America to ban the testing of cosmetics on animals.
As it happens, Mérida will sit directly in the middle of a narrow band ideal for observing the natural phenomena while the moon is setting.
NASA named a mountain on Mars after Mexican scientist Rafael Navarro. Photo: Courtesy NASA has named a mountain...
Rendered image simulating the impact on Yucatán 66 million years ago: Photo: File The asteroid that killed off...
The CICY has patented a "very hot" habenero named for the devil. Photo: Courtesy Merida, Yucatan — The state's...
Scientists from around the world spent weeks on the Myrtle, a liftboat off the Yucatan Peninsula, in 2016. Photo: Courtesy
An up-and-coming science student in Mexico is joining both Russian and U.S. space agencies to further his career.
Excited by what they found off the coast of Yucatán, scientists are returning for seconds.
Sargassum, a nutrient-rich algae which commonly washes up on Yucatán Peninsula's beaches, may serve as an environmentally friendly fertilizer alternative.
Students at the University of Monterrey (UDEM) have discovered properties in coffee that combat mosquito larvae, possibly pointing to a new weapon in the fight against dengue, zika or chikungunya.
Scientists have found a cryptic world in the underwater systems guarded by Yucatán's already mysterious cenotes.
In the largest oceanographic research project in the history of the country, scientists from nine national institutions probed the depths of the Gulf of Mexico.