9 September, 2020

Importance of estimating the carbon footprint of milk produced by Latin American and Caribbean cattle herds.

As part of the Master’s in Sustainable Tropical Agriculture program (MATS), Zamorano students conduct applied research with the help of […]
22 April, 2020

¡Look what the Ecology students have discovered in the Zamorano campus!

By: Oliver Komar, PhD., Professor of Ecology, Department of Environment and Development, and director of the Zamorano Biodiversity Center, Zamorano […]
13 March, 2019
Zamorano ciencia fertilización

In vitro Fertilization (IVF) in cattle: an innovative Reproductive Biotechnology at the service of genetic improvement

John J. Hincapié, D.Sc.  Full Professor and Director of the Laboratory of Biotechnology of Animal Reproduction To optimize the use […]
7 April, 2017

ZAMORANO Researchers explore La Mosquitia Biodiversity

This February, several researchers were selected to participate in the first biological exploration of the archaeological site known as T1 […]
28 March, 2017

Do You Know the Importance of Biodiversity?

Oliver Komar, Ph.D. Full Professor, Department of Environment and Development okomar@zamorano.edu Most people are surprised when they realize the many […]
16 March, 2017

Do you know how much sugar processed drinks have?

Dra. S.P. Adriana Hernández Santana Nowadays, the world is affected by an epidemic of obesity, while only a few developed […]
28 February, 2017

How Much Carbon Is Stored in Our Forests?

Author: Juan Carlos Flores López, Ph.D Associate Professor and Head of the Forestry Unit Environment and Development Department The new […]
10 February, 2017

Perennial Peanut: Ornamental Ground Cover or Invasive Weed?

Text and photographs: Abelino Pitty, Ph.D. Full Professor at ZAMORANO University Agricultural Science and Production Department Perennial Peanut (Arachis pintoi) […]
23 January, 2017

Phytopathology and Diagnosis of Plant Diseases

Author: Cristian F. Quispe, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Phytopathology, ZAMORANO University Source: Riley, M.B., M.R. Williamson, and O. Maloy. Plant […]