Radio Cadena Agramonte
Monday, August 20, 2018

Sc. & Envt.


  • Inequity in Access to Pharmaceuticals is a Global Problem

    Inequity in Access to Pharmaceuticals is a Global Problem

    Havana, Cuba, Oct 17.- The inequity in the access to medical products is a global problem that affects the right to health of a good part of world population, said here doctor Agustin Lage, director of the Cuban Center of Molecular Engineering.

  •  India Concerned about Chinese Sale of Nuclear Reactors to Pakistan

    India Concerned about Chinese Sale of Nuclear Reactors to Pakistan

    New Delhi, Oct 16.- China is completing the sale of two additional nuclear reactors to Pakistan, something that has aroused great concern in India, local media said today.

  •  Medicine Nobel Prize for Works on Cell Traffic

    Medicine Nobel Prize for Works on Cell Traffic

    Stockholm, Oct 7.- Karolinska Institute, in Sweden, awarded today James E. Rothman and Randy W. Schekman from the United States and Thomas C. Südhof from Germany with 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their works on regulation of cell traffic.

  • Astronauts Will Spend a Year in International Space Station

    Astronauts Will Spend a Year in International Space Station

    Washington, Oct 3.- Two astronauts, Russian Mikhail Korniyenko and U.S. citizen Scott Kelly, were selected to spend a year in the International Space Station by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

  • Cuban Scientist Praises Role of Science in Cuba's Economy

    Cuban Scientist Praises Role of Science in Cuba's Economy

    Moscow, Sep 30.- Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart, scientific adviser to the Cuban Council of State, said in this capital today that science and technology will play an increasingly important role in updating the Cuban economic model.

  • Cuban Scientist Awarded Honorary Doctorate in Moscow

    Cuban Scientist Awarded Honorary Doctorate in Moscow

    Moscow, Sep 27.- Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart, scientific adviser to the Cuban Council of State, received an honorary doctorate from Lomonosov University, in the Russian capital.

  • China Preparing Bolivian Satellite and Personnel

    China Preparing Bolivian Satellite and Personnel

    Beijing, Sep 27.- The Chinese Great Wall Industrial Corporation (CGWIC) has been making continual progress in the launch of a Bolivian satellite scheduled for December, says Li Lan, General Deputy Manager of the communication satellite division at that powerful company.

  • H7N9 Bird Flu Evolution Patterns Decoded

    H7N9 Bird Flu Evolution Patterns Decoded

    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.

  • Cuba Hosts Congress on Biology and Conservation

    Cuba Hosts Congress on Biology and Conservation

    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.

  •  Life on Mars?

    Life on Mars?

    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.