Rodas, Cienfuegos, May 29.– Cuba’s first discovery of a Cretaceous period starfish fossil recently occurred in the municipality of Rodas.
Brussels, May 22.- Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, will meet here today with leaders of the European Parliament (EP) to explain the leak of personal data of millions of users of that social network.
Mexico, May 10.- Monte Alban archaeological complex, in Oaxaca, Mexico, a World Heritage Site, will receive one million USD from the World Monuments Fund (WMF) to restore earthquake damages.
Washington, May 2.- Earth BioGenome Project proposes the collection, identification and analysis of the genetic material of some 2, 585, 725 species, published today by the journal PNAS of the American Academy of Sciences.
London, Apr 19.- Scientists have chronicled the ''mass mortality'' of corals on the Great Barrier Reef, in a new report that says 30 percent of the reef's corals died in a catastrophic nine-month marine heatwave.
Luxemburg, Apr 17.- Airlines have to pay compensation to passengers for delays or cancelations caused by wildcat strikes that result from management decisions, the European Union's top court said today.
Berlin, Apr 13.- The State Office for the Preservation of Monuments of Lindau, southern Germany, confirmed the recovery of a boat with more than 3.000 years old.
Paz, Apr. 10- The faces of three skulls with facial deformities belonging to the Tiwanaku civilization, who lived three thousand years ago this area of Bolivia, are rebuilt today to learn the aspect of these ancestors.
In August 2017, an explosion was spotted by scientists in a previously obscure galaxy called NGC 4993. The observation of that cataclysmic explosion has helped to explain the origin of gold on Earth.
Mexico, Mar 30.- Mexican glaciers are currently doomed to extinction due to climate change, warned the director of the Institute of Geophysics of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Hugo Delgado.