Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, 23.- The first robot with artificial intelligence that arrives in Cuba, known by the name Paro, grabs the attention of the audience to the Technology Fair La Guayabera 5.0, an appointment and luxury that comes with "all inclusive" in the field of culture and technologies.
Sancti Spíritus, Feb 21.- The third edition of the La Guayabera 5.0 Technology Fair, a unique event of its kind in Cuba, begins today in this central city with proposals that merge technology and culture for a better society.
New Delhi, Feb 19.- In recognition of India's progress in defense of the environment, this country will host the World Environment Day, to be celebrated every June 5, the government and the UN announced today.
By Osvaldo Rodríguez Martínez
Panama, Feb 16.- The ecological catamaran Race for Water traveled today the Panama Canal, after touring 8,757 miles powered by solar energy, hydrogen and sailing.
Havana, Feb 15.- The Ibero-American Federation of Physics Societies will from today a two-day meeting at the University of Havana (UH), with the participation of national and foreign personalities.
Camagüey, Feb 13.- The production in the current year of a million doses of the vaccine Porvac, in the Center of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (CIGB) of this province, will contribute to the program for the control and eradication of classical swine fever (CSF) with this novel drug.
Paris, Feb 12.- Unesco opens today a debate on the anti-tsunami systems in a colloquium centered on making a balance of accumulated experience and outline future challenges on the matter.
Havana, Feb 9.- Young People studying medicine or Pharmaceutical Sciences will test your knowledge in the National Olympic Pharmacology, which will take place from today until next day 11, in this capital.
Beijing, Feb 7.- The discovery of three other bodies increased to seven the number of deaths due to a catastrophic earthquake occurred in Taiwan, a small island nation east of China, which also left 254 injured.
Ciego de Ávila, Cuba, Feb 6.- Workers and executives of the tourist sector in the Cuban resort Jardines del Rey are planning a program to increase recreational options within Coco and Guillermo Cays.