Santiago de Cuba, Jan 25.- A tasting that favored greater knowledge about coffee, a thousand-year-old beverage, was held at the Dranguet House by the French expert Jean Christophe Galland, as part of the ongoing international project in this city to keep that legacy alive.
Havana, Jan 20.- Over 250 specialists from USA, United Kingdom, Italy and Cuba will be attending the International Workshop on Pulmonary Vascular Disease next Monday, the Publi Health Ministry reported.
Matanzas, Cuba, Jan 5.- With the service available in the municipalities of Ciénaga de Zapata, Jovellanos, Calimete, Martí, Perico, Union de Reyes, Los Arabos, Pedro Betancourt and Limonar, the province of Matanzas begins the year 2017 with new Wi-Fi connection areas.
Havana, Jan 3.- Cuba has maintained, for the ninth consecutive year, an infant mortality rate of less than five deaths per thousand live births.
Havana, Nov 30.- Cuban scientist, Jorge Perez, remembered here the altruistic personality of recently deceased historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, when he inaugurated the center dedicated to the study of infectious diseases: the Institute Pedro Kouri (IPK).
A total of 98 clinical trials are being conducted at this time around the country addressing different diseases, reported Dr. Alberto Hernández Rodríguez, director of the National Clinical Trials Coordination Center (Cencec), during the International Workshop on Design and Management of Clinical Trials, held in Havana's Conference Center.
Havana, Nov 1.- With the opening ceremony of the 1st International Congress, CIDERS 2016, begins today the working sessions of the First International Convention on Science, Technology and Innovation, at the Conference Center in Havana.
Havana, Sep 16.- Scientists from Cuba and the United States will share experiences in handling the Arboviruses (Arthropod-Borne virus), ahead of a regional meeting on the issue, said here senior officials from the Cuban Ministry of Public Health (MINSAP).
Montevideo, Sep 9.- The First Latin America and the Caribbean Open Science Forum: Transforming our Region, is expected to end today after three days of debates and reflections on five issues presented by around 300 speakers from America and the world.
Havana, Cuba, Sep 8.- A national meeting of Cuban biotechnology specialists working in the extension to the population of treatments with Heberprot-P®, drug used with remarkable results in diabetic foot ulcers, will take place in this city.