Havana, Feb 22.- A few days after starting phase III of clinical trials with 42,600 volunteers, the Sovereign 02 vaccine that Cuba is developing today against Covid-19 marked informative spaces inside and outside the country.
Washington, Feb. 20.- A study suggests that conotoxins, present in the venom of the conus nux - a species of sea snail - could treat severe malaria, publishes the Journal of Proteomics.
Havana, Feb 19.- Authorities from the Ministry of Agriculture (Minag) and animal protectors discussed today the decree law on animal welfare that will be adopted soon in Cuba.
Washington, Feb 18.- The New York Times newspaper highlighted today as an extraordinary scientific achievement of Cuba, the beginning in March on the island of the final phase of testing of Sovereign 02, a vaccine against Covid-19.
Washington, Feb 17.- The Business Insider web portal, one of the main US news sites on finance and the economy, highlights the progress that Cuba's vaccines against SARS-CoV-2 are showing today.
Havana, Feb 16.- In the way of computerization of Cuban society, the automation of processes is vital, and that is one of the benefits of the Management System for Medical Care, known as Galen Clinicas in the field of Health.
Havana, Feb 15.- With the construction of four new molecular biology laboratories in the provinces of Las Tunas, Sancti Spíritus and Granma, and in the special municipality of Isla de la Juventud, Cuba expands its capabilities for the processing of PCR samples (polymerase chain reaction), which will allow the early detection of positive cases for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19.
Fukushima, Japan, Feb. 13. - A 7.0 magnitude earthquake was registered this Saturday off the coast of the Japanese prefecture of Fukushima, according to the US Geological Survey (USGS, for its acronym in English).
Havana, Feb 11.- The National Institute of Hydraulic Resources (INRH) validated the Initiative to strengthen hydrological surveillance in Cuba, which will allow to systematically evaluate the availability of water in the country and create conditions to combat the effects of climate change.
Havana, Feb 11.- The development and production in Cuba of a PCR sample controller allows the country greater technological independence before the Covid-19 pandemic, mass media reported.