Maria Gabriela Ensinck

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Maria Gabriela Ensinck

Maria Gabriela Ensinck is an independent journalist based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She has more than 15 years experience in print, online and radio media, covering Economy, Business, Science, Technology, Health, Environment, Innovation, Sustainability and Gender issues.



From medicines to anti age creams: which are the new healthy uses for tobacco Argentine researchers are using tobacco plants as a biofactory to produce high value medical substances


Every year, the world discards approximately 50 million tonnes of electronic and electrical waste (e-waste) enough to fill Manhattan with Eiffel towers of scrap. Only 20% is formally recycled. According to the WEF (World Economic Forum), this presents a wasted opportunity worth over u$s 62.5 billion per year, more than the GDP of most countries.



  • Argentine Scientist went to a TV show to raise money for her cancer research

    Buenos Aires, Argentina Science & Environment May 31 @ 12:00am

    Conicet (Argentine Science and Technology Council) researcher Marina Simian won $ 500.000 at TV Show “Who wants to be a Millionaire” and will use the prize to finance her Cancer research. By doing so, she sparked a national debate about the crisis of Science. Argentina used to have a strong... Read more

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