Havana, May 8.- The 10th International Meeting of Students of Psychology, officially opened on Monday in the aula magna of the University of Havana (UH), brings together 600 representatives from 17 countries, 150 of them Cubans.
Camagüey, May 7.- The cave system Cave Mexico, up to now the largest discovered in the coastal plain in the north of the province of Camagüey, could be more extensive yet, according to research conducted in the first expedition of this year to the place.
Nairobi, May 2.- At least 100 people have been drown or died in a landslide baused by Kenya flooding forcing the exodus of 200,000 people, revealed the Red Cross today.
Havana, Apr 19. - Cristian Morales, representative in Cuba of the Pan American organizations and World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO), stressed that, despite the blockade of the United States for more than 55 years ago, the island reaches comparable indicators with developed nations.
Ciego de Avila, Cuba Apr 18.- Experts from Switzerland, Austria, France, Canada, Puerto Rico and Cuba attend the 16th International Arthroscopy Symposium, which will be held in this city until April19.
Havana, Apr 17.- The development of a regulatory structure in the countries focuses the analysis today at the XI Regional Congress of Radiological and Nuclear Safety, Irpacuba 2018, opened here with delegates from 21 nations.
Hanoi, Apr 16.- The Finlay Vaccine Institute (IFV) in Cuba and its Vietnamese counterpart, Vabiotech, signed a memorandum of understanding in this capital to boost cooperation relations.
Havana, Apr 13.- Delegates from 21 countries will participate here in the 11th Regional Congress of Radiation and Nuclear Safety to exchange the 16 to the 20 of this month on the results and progress in this field, announced the organizers.
Havana, Cuba, Apr 11.- The upcoming hurricane season in the North Atlantic and Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico in 2018 is expected to be slightly more active than normal, according to weather experts with the State University of Colorado.
London, April 10.- The creation of a new patch allows diabetics make periodic measurements of blood glucose through the skin without the need of a prick, according to a British study published in Nature Nanotechnology.