Dr. Rubén Olague

Interdisciplinary Research

                Cancer, polylinguistic in nature, and as ancient as the term karkinos, is the subject of a 1983 neological term which defines a fairly new discipline: palaeo-oncology (Johnson, 2013). While the origin of human coding has long been established, the pathways of molecular mechanisms are still a challenge in scientific exploration.

                The concentration of my research is limited to the comparative analysis of communicative evolution in systematic and systemic signaling opportunities due in aerobic species - where language and metastasis define humans and cancer cells, respectively. 

Rubén Olague is a former CNN correspondent involved in aerobic species communication systems

Bilingual education: In need of a new political strategy


Cultural genocide through mainstream media: A brief critical analysis

Communication and Peace Culture Journal

An intercultural love story in a bicultural setting

Spanish television hinder Hispanic children's bilingualism development in Texas

Copy Editing

Degradation of automotive materials upon exposure to sunflower

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