Camagüey, Jan 5.- The Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (IGBC) of the province of Camagüey, one of the flagship institutions of science in the territory, arrived in 2017 to one of their most cherished goals: to strengthen the presence of its products in the national agricultural and livestock development.
Camagüey, Jan 3.- With the completion of a new photovoltaic park, which is already being assembled in the municipality of Sierra de Cubitas, and the installation of other three in 2018, in the province of Camagüey will continue expanding the use of renewable sources of energy.
Washington, Dec 29.- Living organisms can influence the rotation speed of a planet by releasing gases such as oxygen into the atmosphere, revealed today a study by Columbia University in New York.
Ottawa, Dec 26.- Scientists have discovered the first known hybrid bird species to be found in the Amazon rainforest, a golden-crowned manakin with yellow feathers.
Washington, Dec 21.- The basis of photosynthesis in the current plants originated 1.25 billion years ago, according to a study with the world's oldest algae fossils published today in the journal Geology.
Moscow, Dec 20 .- The new fifth-generation Jaski-class Russian multifunctional submarine will have robots designed with a technology that enables them to be used even in civil life, official sources said today.
Havana, Cuba, Dec 14.- A group of important measures, contained in program Tarea Vida (Life Task), are adopted in Cuba with the aim of preparing the country to face the effects caused by climate change.
Paris, Dec 13.- In the fight against climate change, financing is confirmed today as a fundamental variable to comply with the commitments enshrined in the Paris Agreement, but the origin of that financing has become the apple of discord.
Havana, Cuba, Dec 8.- The Telecommunications Company of Cuba, S.A., ETECSA, announced that, from December 8, 2017, from any mobile phone in Cuba, it will be possible to send international messages (SMS) to any mobile phone in the United States.
Varadero, Dec 6.- The Cuban Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (CIGB) presented today the E2CD154 vaccine, which acts against classical swine fever, an endemic disease in Cuba.