Havana, Cuba, Jan 7.- 28 percent of Cuban geographical area experienced a deficit in accumulated rainfall in 2013, researchers of the Climate Centre (CENCLIM by its Spanish acronym) reported in its latest bulletin on climate
Havana, Cuba, Jan 7.- 28 percent of Cuban geographical area experienced a deficit in accumulated rainfall in 2013, researchers of the Climate Centre (CENCLIM by its Spanish acronym) reported in its latest bulletin on climate monitoring.
Beijing, Jan 6.- During a meeting with space scientists and engineers, President Xi Jinping referred today to the need of using science and innovation to benefit productivity and strength of China.
Quito, Jan 4.- Ecuadorian scientists presented to the world 35 new species discovered through Noah's Ark project, fostered by the Ministry of Higher Education, Technology and Innovation (SENESCYT) and the Ministry of Environment.
Brazzaville, Jan 3.- The Congolese government aims to develop the research and pharmaceutical industry, and today one of its priorities is the creation of a plant to produce antimalarial drugs.
Washington, Dec 30.- A new study revealed that images reflected in a photographed person's pupil can be recovered, something that would mean great progress in criminal investigations.
Tokyo, Dec 27.- The Japanese Space Agency (JAXA) announced that it will launch the Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) mission on Feb. 28, 2014.
The Hague, Dec 26.- People make decisions with greater logic when the problem is presented to them in a foreign language, stated the online edition of Cognition journal.
Tokyo, Dec 26.- An island formed 602 miles south of Tokyo one month ago, due to strong underwater volcanic activity in the Pacific Ocean, has continued growing and is nearly three times as big as its original size, according to the Meteorological Agency of Japan.
Amsterdam, Dec 25.- Engineers of Mars One, a non-profit based organization in the Netherlands, are planning to test technology for extraction of water beginning in 2018, during the group's first unmanned one-way trip to Mars.