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First Bolivian satellite promises telecoms for all
Rotavirus vaccine proves itself ‘on the ground’
Bolivian researchers sound alarm over quinoa farming


Lack of expertise blamed for Bolivia’s lithium delays

Critics blame Bolivia's lack of scientific and technical expertise for delays in exploiting its vast natural reserves of valuable ...



Malaria spreading on Bolivian high plains

Scientists' predictions that malaria would worsen on Bolivia's altiplano may be coming true.


Cristina Pabón

Cristina Pabón


Cristina is Consultant in Communication, with a PhD and Magister in Public Policies for science and technology. She is specialized in Scientific Journalism (LABJOR-UNICAMP-BRAZIL). 

Cristina has been working in planning in public and private institutions as responsible of communication areas development and implementation of information and communication strategies. She coordinates programs and projects on topics of science and technology, environment, gender and violence against children. She has been working in systematization and information editing for different communication products. 

Cristina is a freelance collaborator at SciDev.Net since 2008.

Contact Details:
Location: La Paz (Bolivia).
Languages Spoken: Spanish (native language), Portuguese (fluent), English (basic).
Areas of Interests: science, technology, policy, biodiversity, protected areas, indigenous communities, health, renewable energies.
Job Title: Periodista independiente