Ciego de Ávila, Cuba, Feb 8.- A new plant for the production of the bio-stimulant Fitomás-E became operational in eastern Cuba, which will benefit the growing of sugar cane and other agricultural crops in the country.
Baracoa, Cuba, Feb 7.- Preserving Toa basins is priority to Antonio Núñez Jiménez Foundation (FANJ by its Spanish acronym), which by these days sponsors a multidisciplinary expedition in that area, bathed by the Cuban large st river and its 70 tributaries.
Havana, Cuba, Feb 6.- A group composed of nine experts of Angolan National Reserves will receive training in Cuba as part of cooperation between the two countries.
Santiago de Cuba, Feb 3.- The course for Master of Biotechnology now registers a great capacity of international convoking power, since it teaches its eighth edition in the University of Oriente´s Center of Studies of Industrial Biotechnology.
Quito, Feb 2.- Ecuador´s Risk Management Secretariat today keeps on orange alert the areas surrounding Tungurahua volcano, which has increased its activity in the last few hours with explosions, ash plumes, and pyroclastic flows.
Pinar del Río, Cuba, Jan 31.- Cuban experts identify hazards and propose actions to minimize damage from devastation of hurricanes and other natural phenomena such as earthquakes.
Havana, Cuba, Jan 31.- Beyond its notable benefits for the national health system, the products of the Cuban medical-pharmaceutical industry, including biotechnology, expanded their markets in 2013 with exports to over 50 nations.
Guantanamo, Cuba, Jan 28.- The peaks of north-eastern Cuba will be crossed today by national scientists to reach paradise and inhospitable places, as the eminent geographer and speleologist Antonio Núñez Jiménez (1923-1998), recognized as the fourth discoverer of Cuba, did several times.
Mexico, Jan 27.- The Secretariat of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development, Fisheries and Food (Sagarpa) has established a permanent ban on fishing for white sharks in Mexico, published today in the Official Gazette.
London, Jan 22.- A group of experts found in Antarctic ice a new species of marine anemone, the first found capable of living in this environment.
The Daily Mail newspaper reported that researchers from the Antarctic Geological Drilling Program (ANDRILL) found the animal while testing a new remote-controlled robot equipped with camera.