Radio Cadena Agramonte
Saturday, February 24, 2018

Sc. & Envt.


  • Cuba to Raise Forest Cover

    Cuba to Raise Forest Cover

    Havana, Aug 26.-  Cuban authorities are making efforts to expand the country’s forest cover to 29.4 percent from the current 28.66 percent by 2015, an official said.

  • Cuba Presents Cancer Drug in Laos

    Cuba Presents Cancer Drug in Laos

    Havana, Cuba, Aug 20.- A Cuban cancer pharmaceutical, known as Vidatox 30CH;  was  presented in Laos, the first Asian country to have registered the drug, which improves the quality of life of patients suffering from that disease.

  • Cuban Meteorologist to Talk about Weather Disasters

    Cuban Meteorologist to Talk about Weather Disasters

    Havana, Cuba, Aug 19.- Doctor Jose Manuel Rubiera Torres, director of the Forecast Center of the Cuban Meteorology Institute, will give tomorrow in Havana a conference on meteorological disasters.

  • Singapore Works in a Potential Vaccine against Dengue

    Singapore Works in a Potential Vaccine against Dengue

    Singapore, Aug 15.- A scientist research Institute in Singapore believes is about to produce a vaccine to prevent dengue, capable of developing resistance to the virus within the immune system.

  • Biomarker for Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer Identified

    Biomarker for Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer Identified

    Washington, Aug 14.- Spanish specialists at the CSIC Institute of Biomedical Research identified a potential biomarker in cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) for early diagnosis of Alzheimer Disease (AD) .

  • Study Proves Benefits of Chocolate for Memory in the Elderly

    Study Proves Benefits of Chocolate for Memory in the Elderly

    Washington, Aug 9.- Cocoa consumption by the elderly promotes blood supply to the brain, which improves mental abilities, according to a study from Harvard Medical College.

  • Unusual Sighting of Gray Dolphins in Cuban Bay

    Unusual Sighting of Gray Dolphins in Cuban Bay

    Matanzas, Cuba, Jul 5.- Four bold gray dolphins, of a group of 10, made a rare foray into the Bay of Pigs (Bahia de Cochinos) in southern Matanzas province, 150 kilometers southeast of Havana.

  • Winds on Venus Increase

    Winds on Venus Increase

    London, Jun 21.- A probe of the European Space Agency (ESA) detected a steady intensification of the winds on the planet Venus, unknown cause of the increase, reported the journal Icarus.

  • Chinese Astronaut Gives Class from Outer Space

    Chinese Astronaut Gives Class from Outer Space

    Beijing, Jun 20.- The Chinese astronaut Wang Yaping gave a lecture today from outer space to a group of students in Earth, the first action of that kind carried out in China, said local media.

  • Cuba, Ecuador Hold Scientific Cooperation Event

    Cuba, Ecuador Hold Scientific Cooperation Event

    Quito, May 27.- Academic lectures by recognized experts, exhibitions of medical equipment and a round of negotiations are part of the agenda of the 1st Scientific Day of Technological Exchange on Health between Ecuador and Cuba.