Havana, Oct 4.- The World Space Week 2017 is held in Cuba today with several activities aimed at joining efforts to improve the use of space applications.
Havana, Oct 3.- The balance of resources, hydrocarbon reserves, and the comprehensive exploration in land sectors of the Strip of Heavy Crude Oils in Northern Cuba, is today one of the study guidelines of CEINPET.
Havana, Cuba, Sep 27.- Cuba has excellent training in nursing which is reflected in the early advancement of specialization, said Chilean Erika Caballero.
Havana, Sep 26.- The World Space Week 2017 will be held in Cuba with a workshop that will take place in the Planetarium in Old Havana, from October 2 to 4, reported the Institute of Geophysics and Astronomy (IGA).
Hurricane Maria has continued its trail of destruction in the Caribbean with Puerto Rico the latest island to feel the force of the storm’s 155mph winds.
The Category Four storm, which claimed the lives of seven people on neighboring Dominica and two on the French island of Guadeloupe, made landfall near the city of Yabucoa on Wednesday morning, forcing at least 11,000 people into shelters.
Holguin, Cuba, Sep 20.- The Cuban province of Holguín is ready to host from September 26 to 30 the 11th edition of the International Nature Tourism Event (TURNAT 2017), which will have this time the city of Baracoa, in Guantanamo, as its other venue.
San Juan, Sep 18.- Puerto Rican Governor Ricardo Rosello declared this country in state of emergency today due to the Hurricane Maria, which is expected to be ''more devastating than Irma''.
Havana, Sep 11.- Around 50 firms from more than 40 countries will take part in a an event in Cuba, dedicated to renewable energy, as confirmed by one of the organizing firms FRiday. Spanish firm FIRA from the city of Barcelona confirmed that the event will be in session from September 19 to 21 in EXPOCUBA, to promote the chances for businesses and professional exchange.
Havana, Sep 15 .- Specialists from the Cuban Institute of Meteorology are following closely the path of a new tropical depression, the 14th such storm in the current hurricane season, which is moving in the west of the eastern Atlantic.
Havana, Sep 13.- Experts are evaluating the damage caused by the devastating Hurricane Irma to biodiversity during its passage through Cuba, confirmed the president of the Environment Agency, Maritza Garcia.