The archeological zones of Chiapas receive every year thousands of visitors who want to explore the ruined palaces, pyramids, temples, ball games, astronomical observatories, and ceremonial centers that are testimony to the greatness of the Mayan civilization.

As of January 16, 2021, there are 1,212,403 people recovered from coronavirus in Mexico. There are 1,630,258 confirmed cases and 2,050,653 negative cases. There have been 140,241 confirmed deaths. Nationally, 41% of general hospitalization beds are available and 59% occupied. In beds with ventilators, 48% are available and 52% occupied.

Palenque Archaeological Zone is one of the most interesting archaeological cities in Mexico. To get to know it is to discover the soul of the Mayan world; it is to understand myths, rituals, beliefs, and to admire the majestic architecture of the Mayan people.

People who suffer from Burnout or also known as "being burned", are described in the literature that despite having been idealistic, optimistic, and dedicated to their work, with high motivation and work commitment, many times due to excessive demands or work requirements leads to a chronic but deficient effort that ends up with results not...

Star-filled nights have served for generations as a source of inspiration. From songs and paintings to great scientific and technological discoveries. Unfortunately, our generation may be the last to have access to this natural wonder that is the starry sky.

In line with the decrease in the number of visitors at the national level during 2020, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Secretary of Tourism (Sectur) of Acapulco, released the general balance of last year, which shows a general decrease in different areas.

The Mazatlan Convention Center had a loss of almost 90% of the events held during 2020, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The general director of the venue, José Alberto Ureña, mentioned that since the reactivation of the Mazatlán International Center, only 40 to 50 events were registered, mostly small and medium-sized meetings, but only one big one.

The conferences presented in the various events show part of our work and report results or questions to be resolved. The presentations are sometimes only oral and others are supported by videos, transparencies, or slides that illustrate our presentation.

Cantarell is the largest oil field ever discovered and exploited in Mexico's history; its impressive dimensions placed it in sixth place in the very reduced category of supergiants known in the orb. Its reserves transformed the country's history and proposed new routes for Pemex to position it among the main oil-producing and exporting companies.

The Gulf of Mexico is a shared ecosystem. The problems and solutions are the responsibility of Mexico and the United States in open collaboration. For the past 25 years, living on the Gulf Coast has meant dealing with spring flooding in the United States and summer-fall flooding in Mexico.

The 24 main sources of deforestation in the world caused the loss of an area equivalent to the size of Paraguay in less than a decade, according to a WWF report, which highlights that these fronts are especially concentrated in Latin America.

The Secretary of the Navy (Semar) stated that during 2021 a decrease in the arrival of seaweed on the beaches of Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean is expected, due to changes in oceanographic currents and the annual oscillation of the El Niño phenomenon.

One of the main seasons for Mexican avocado shipments to the United States is the Super Bowl, and this year, despite the coronavirus pandemic, exports of this product will grow by 4 percent.

Researchers from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) developed a gel and a transdermal patch of prolonged release, which contain caffeine and which serves to contribute to diminishing overweight and obesity in the Mexican population. The product is in the process of being patented.

As of January 11, 2021, the new rules for performing home offices are in effect in Mexico, after the Federal Labor Law was reformed to include new rules for companies to follow so that their employees can perform their tasks at home.

Although much of the road network we know today dates back to colonial times, its origins can be traced back to ancient Mexico. The gaps and trails through which the indigenous peoples passed were taken up again by the colonizers to connect the viceregal capital with the port of Veracruz.

Of all Latin American countries, Mexico has the lowest level of compliance with international anti-money laundering standards. This was made known by the Financial Action Task Force on Latin America (GAFILAT), warning that according to the last review of the fourth round of mutual evaluations, in a complete manner, Mexico only complies with five of...

The Wixárika people are an original indigenous people who have lived for hundreds and hundreds of years in what we now know as the national territory of Mexico. The original peoples had already been living here for centuries when the Spanish first arrived on this continent.

As of today, Acapulco, the epicenter of the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic in the state of Guerrero, accumulated 11,605 positive cases, 209 active infections, 1,169 suspects, and 1,287 deaths. The figures of Covid-19 infections in Acapulco are monitored daily in order to determine the new actions to be taken in view of the coronavirus contingency.