Radio Cadena Agramonte
Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Sc. & Envt.


  • Uncommon Insect in a Generous Biodiversity

    Uncommon Insect in a Generous Biodiversity

    A new species for Cuba and Latin America has been registered, the Monopelopia tillandsia, insect originally from the US state of Florida according to a report from the Environmental Research Center in Camaguey province.

  • Innovators in Camagüey Are Developing Technologies to Pump Water in Times of Drought

    Innovators in Camagüey Are Developing Technologies to Pump Water in Times of Drought

    Camagüey, Cuba, Jan 19. - A useful innovation to pump water, even in times of drought, is the hydraulic ram using galvanized accessories, developed by Amado Cepero, who works in Water Sciences and Technology Center, in Camagüey province. This invention which was granted the Provincial Award of …
  • Climate Change: A Priority

    Climate Change: A Priority

    By Jose Armando Fernandez SalazAn international research on the adaptation to climate change in phase two for Central America and the Caribbean pointed out in 2008 the main consequences for agriculture, human health and even the style of living in the eastern province of Las Tunas. According to t…
  •  Recovering Meteorological Instruments in Camagüey Benefits Cuban Economy

    Recovering Meteorological Instruments in Camagüey Benefits Cuban Economy

    By Yamylé Fenández Rodríguez / Radio Cadena Agramonte.yamyle@rcagramonte.icrt.cuCamagüey is the only Cuban province that recovers meteorological instruments fallen into disuse, which means a significant saving of money for the country for it does not have to buy them abroad at very costly prices…
  • Camagüey Province Marks Day of Cuban Science

    Camagüey Province Marks Day of Cuban Science

    Camagüey, Jan 15. - The activities on the occasion of the Day of Cuban Science will have their climax today in Camagüey province, when the ceremony takes place at the Teatro Principal in this city.

  • High-Impact Researches Acknowledged in Camaguey

    High-Impact Researches Acknowledged in Camaguey

    Camaguey, Cuba, Jan 15. - For the socioeconomic impact of its projects, 13 scientists of this province were recipients on Saturday of the Science and Innovation Provincial Award, as part of the activities marking the Cuban Science Day, in Camaguey.

  • Three New Animal Species Found in Cuba

    Three New Animal Species Found in Cuba

    Havana, Cuba, Jan 3.- Three new animal species were reported for the first time in the Cuban Jardines de la Reina (Queen’s Gardens) National Park, and archipelago located south of the main island. The Jardines de la Reina is the largest marine national park; it extends over 2,170 square kilomet…
  • Cuba Renews Banning on the Import of Ozone Depleting Gasses

    Cuba Renews Banning on the Import of Ozone Depleting Gasses

    Havana, Cuba, Dec 29.- The Cuban Ozone Technical Office (OTOZ) ratified in Havana the banning of the imports of six kinds of harmful gasses for the ozone layer, in accordance with the Montreal Protocol of 1987. A specialist from OTOZ, Inés Sanchez told ACN that the banning to eliminate the buyin…
  •  Study on Invasive Species underway in Camagüey

    Study on Invasive Species underway in Camagüey

    Camagüey, Cuba, Nov 30.- The Ministry of Sciences, Technology and Environment (CITMA) in Camaguey province will conduct a study beginning on January, 2011, in order to take preventive measures for the control and management of exotic and invasive species. As part of a nationwide project, this re…
  • A Call for the Preservation of the Ecological Mosaic

    A Call for the Preservation of the Ecological Mosaic

    By Lino Luben PérezThe creation of a new network for the conservation of plants in Cuba constitutes one of the major initiates agreed on by the participants at the 4th World Congress on Botanical Gardens that was held last June in Dublin. This decision will contribute to center the attention on…