Radio Cadena Agramonte
Friday, April 20, 2018

Sc. & Envt.


  • National Olympic in Pharmacology begin today in Cuba

    National Olympic in Pharmacology begin today in Cuba

    Havana, Feb 9.- Young People studying medicine or Pharmaceutical Sciences will test your knowledge in the National Olympic Pharmacology, which will take place from today until next day 11, in this capital.

  • Taiwan Quake Kills Seven

    Taiwan Quake Kills Seven

    Beijing, Feb 7.- The discovery of three other bodies increased to seven the number of deaths due to a catastrophic earthquake occurred in Taiwan, a small island nation east of China, which also left 254 injured.

  • Recreational Activities Extended in Jardines del Rey Resort

    Recreational Activities Extended in Jardines del Rey Resort

    Ciego de Ávila, Cuba, Feb 6.- Workers and executives of the tourist sector in the Cuban resort Jardines del Rey are planning a program to increase recreational options within Coco and Guillermo Cays.

  • Cuban Authorities Worried about Tourists' Visits to Viñales

    Cuban Authorities Worried about Tourists' Visits to Viñales

    Havana, Feb 5.- The constant demand from travelers from all over the world to visit the western Cuba, particularly the Viñales Valley, has raised authorities'' concern about the need to improve the region's protection.

  • UN Advocates Investments to Reduce Climate Change Risks

    UN Advocates Investments to Reduce Climate Change Risks

    United Nations, Feb 1.- Deputy General Secretary of the United Nations, Amina Mohammed, urged today to increase investments in order to prevent the risks of climate change, whose destructive action is already a reality in many parts of the world.

  • Cuba Promotes Foreign Investment in Renewable Energy

    Cuba Promotes Foreign Investment in Renewable Energy

    Havana, Jan 31.- The first Renewable Energies Showcase will begin its second day of exhibitions today, when issues related to investments in wind and solar energy, and biomass, as well as other contents on innovative solutions in the area, will be addressed.

  • Studies on Reefs Help Sustainability of Cuban Southern Cays

    Studies on Reefs Help Sustainability of Cuban Southern Cays

    Ciego de Avila, Jan 30.- A study on the coral reefs is currently carried out by Cuban experts at the Jardines de la Reina National Park to achieve sustainable management of the coastal ecosystems and solutions to face the climate change.

  • French on alert due to rise in Seine river level

    French on alert due to rise in Seine river level

    Paris, Jan 24.- Authorities, institutions and citizens mobilize today in this capital and other departments of France before the rise in the level of Seine river, which threatens to provoke serious floods over the next days.

  • Dust Storms Deplete Gas from Martian Atmosphere

    Dust Storms Deplete Gas from Martian Atmosphere

    Washington, Jan 24.- US scientists demonstrated in a study published today that global dust storms that clear Mars affect the continuous process of gas escape from the upper part of the celestial object's atmosphere.

  • Japan Volcano Eruption Kills One, Injures 11

    Japan Volcano Eruption Kills One, Injures 11

    Tokyo, Jan 23.- The eruption of the Kusatsu-Shirane volcano in Gunma Prefecture in this country, killed a Self-Defense Force member and wounded 11 other people.