Havana, Cuba, Nov 5.- As part of activities for World Diabetes Day, which is celebrated on November 14, the provinces of Artemisa and Mayabeque will develop the First Regional Scientific Conference on the disease.
Moscow, Nov 4.- Phycisists of the Russian University of Perm are participating in a technological-innovation project to build three spacecraft for the International Space Station (ISS) and the cargo spaceship Progress, a specialized website published today.
Havana, Cuba, Nov 4.- The Cuban biotechnology’s impact on cancer control and innovative therapeutic product developed by the Molecular Immunology Center (CIM), will be presented at the XXXI International Fair of Havana (FIHAV 2013), which began this Sunday in this capital.
New Delhi, Oct 31.- India will carry out a launch drill today of the probe that plans to send to Mars on November 5, executives of the Space Research Organization (ISRO) confirmed.
Santo Domingo, Oct 29.- A 3.0 degree earthquake on the Richter scale shook today the Southeastern province of San Pedro de Macorís, the Institute of Seismology of the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo reported.
Beijing, Oct 29.- China announced today the successful launching of a new remote-sensing satellite, Yaogan XVIII, aboard a Long March 2C launch vehicle that will be used to carry out scientific experiments, land sampling and will monitor sown fields.
Havana, Cuba, Oct 26.- The Cuban Tropical Agriculture Institute and the Mexican Office for Rural Development and Communities in the Mexican capital city will implement joint research projects and exchange of scientific information particularly related to urban gardening.
Moscow, 26 Oct.- A US telecoms satellite, Sirius FM-6, was put into orbit on Saturday by Russi Proton-M rocket, a spokesman for the Russian space agency Roscosmos said.
Camagüey, Oct 25.- Specialists at the LIDAR Station in Camaguey - a hub that adopted its name after the installation of a radar of this kind in 1988 – attached to the Meteorological Centre in this Cuban province are researching solar rays and stratospheric aerosols, particles in solid or liquid form suspended on the atmosphere.
Havana, Oct 24.- Cuban scientists are trying out a set of methods to reduce and replace the use of laboratory animals in toxicological and pharmacological experiments, Dr. Idania Rodeiro, from the Center for Marine Bioproducts, said.