Havana, Cuba, Jan 10.- The Meteorology Institute announced clouds to the northern coastal areas, some occasional rain in the north eastern region. The rest of the country will be partially and occasional cloudy with isolated rain.
Havana, Cuba, Jan 9.- Economic assessment of goods and ecosystem services and facing climate change in Matanzas, the island’s most vulnerable province, are among the priorities of the local scientific community for 2017.
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.
Ciego de Avila, Cuba, Dec 17.- To electrify with photovoltaic solar panels 560 isolated houses in this central province is now a strategy of the Cuban state to benefit families living in places that are difficult to reach.
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.
Marrakesh, Nov 7.- The 22nd Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, COP22, has begun today in Morocco focused on concrete action included in the Paris Agreement.
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.
New Delhi, Oct 27.- More than half of wildlife in India is at risk of disappearing because of increased pollution and the growth of the population, a study released today by national media has warned.