AQ Top 5
The "Wiki-politician" who is challenging Mexico's governing elite with grassroots politics, a shoestring budget and a commitment to transparency.
This stargazer is blazing a trail for a new generation of Chilean scientists.
Venezuela's "know-how" economist has helped countries like Colombia, Mexico and Peru shield themselves from boom and bust cycles.
An architect who embraces digital technology in an era when some have questioned her discipline’s relevance.
Lage turned Cuba's Center of Molecular Immunology into one of the world's top institutes for biotech and medical research.
The 37-year-old mathematician became the first Latin American to win the prestigious Fields Medal in 2014.
Our list includes two honorees from the region’s most troubled country – plus an astronomer, a mathematician, and a pioneering biotech engineer.
En América Latina, una nueva generación de virtuosos culinarios ha adoptado ingredientes locales ­-y precios accesibles–. En este número, Americas Quarterly presenta a los más sobresalientes entre ellos.
El chef puertorriqueño que encabeza una revolución en el concepto de la granja a la mesa.
Romper las reglas culinarias ha sido motivo de gran aclamación para la chef y propietaria de Rosetta.


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