Washington, Sep 26.- Chinese investigators have decoded the evolution of the H7N9 bird flu, something which they say occurred during at least two key moments of a genetic exchange process between different pathogens.
Havana, Sep 17.- Under the slogan "For the Conservation of the Fragile Ecosystems and the Endangered Species of Central America and the Caribbean," delegates from 19 countries are in the Cuban capital for the 17th Congress on Biology and Conservation.
By Vivian Collazo Montano/ Prensa Latina
Observation of Mars, the fourth planet in the solar system, has been one of the most controversial issues for scientists and researchers since ancient times. The discussion about the existence of life on its surface is a recurring theme in the history of mankind.
Washington, Sep 3.- Experts from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) complete preparations to launch the LADEE probe, a spacecraft that will orbit the moon to investigate the mysteries of moon dust and the lunar atmosphere.
Havana, Cuba, Sept 3.- A national campaign kicked off throughout Cuba to mark the 26th anniversary of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, September 16, and the creation 18 years ago of the Cuban Ozone Technical Office..
Washington, Aug 31.- More than 165,000 applicants from 140 countries have currently signed up to take part in a no return mission to Mars as part of the Mars One project, revealed the website of the mission organizers.
Copenhagen, Aug 30.- Migraine and other illnesses can cause lasting or permanent changes in brain structures, according to the journal of Neurology.
Washington, Aug 30.- Mental and substance abuse disorders were together responsible for more deaths and illness than HIV/ AIDS and tuberculosis, diabetes, or traffic accidents, says a study published in The Lancet.
Washington, Aug 28.- Scientists at the U.S. space agency (NASA) found water in the Bullialdus crater of the moon, after analyzing data provided by a mineralogical instrument (M3) of the institution.
Washington, Aug 28.- The brain wave patterns in infants show that they recognize words and sounds since they are in the womb, said an investigation by the University of Helsinki, Finland.