Havana, Apr 5.- Experts from around the world are debating today at the 7th Cuban Earth Science Convention about the contribution of this field to sustainable development.
Havana, Cuba, Mar 20.- The Cuban company SOLINTEL (acronym for Comprehensive Solutions for Communications) will participate in the CeBIT, the largest and most internationally represented computer expo, in Hanover, Germany.
Havana, Mar 20.- Dazhu Yang, Deputy Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), will visit the Agency of Nuclear Energy and Advanced Technologies (AENTA), as part of his official visit to Cuba.
Havana, Cuba, Mar 13.- Dr. Peter Courtland Agre, US biologist and university professor who was awarded the 2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, is the new Corresponding Member of the Cuban Academy of Sciences (ACC by its Spanish acronym).
Havana, Cuba, Mar 7.- The University of eastern Holguin province and the Hispanic Center of the University of Rostov will implement a joint modern-technology-based project next May which is expected to benefit local ranching development in the Cuban territory.
Victoria, Mar 6.- About 20 studies on nephrological and tumor diseases have been presented by Cuban collaborators in Seychelles as part of the scientific event organized by the medical brigade working in the island, official sources said.
Havana, Cuba, Feb 24.- The New York Academy of Sciences chose Cuban Leslie Fermín Molerio León, M Sc. in Isotopic Hydrology, to join the group of 200 scientists who will represent that institution in its bicentennial.
United Nations, Feb 14.- Marine scientist Lisa Speer urged today the international community to take advantage of the opportunity to save the oceans from irrational use and guarantee future generations the enjoyment of their valuable resources.
Paris, Feb 9.- Representatives of Cuba and UNESCO talked about the presentation this year of the Carlos J. Finlay prize, granted by the international organization in the field of microbiology, diplomatic sources stated.
La Paz, Feb 2.- The Cuban medical brigade celebrates 11 years of presence in Bolivia with the satisfaction of having served more than 65 million patients, affirmed the chief of assistance of the doctors, Alina Ochoa.