Washington, Oct. 11.- Scientists created fully functional bioprinted skin in the laboratory with which serious wounds or burns could be treated, published in the journal Science Translational Medicine.
Geneva, Oct 10.- International organizations published new guidelines aimed at reforming countries' legislation to avoid human rights violations and achieve higher quality in mental health care.
Havana, Oct.- A greater number of patients with rheumatoid arthritis across the country today benefit from the immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory effects of the drug Jusvinza, which is in phase III of its clinical trial.
Havana, Oct 9.- Cuba develops collaboration networks to share work results and promote the creation and development of platforms, based on the application of artificial intelligence (AI) for human well-being and sustainable development, some projects have already become positive references in different sectors.
United Nations, Oct 7.- One in every 10 children born in 2020, some 13.4 million on the planet, was premature, as birth occurred before 37 weeks of gestation, according to a published study.
London, Oct 6.- The situation of amphibians continues to deteriorate in the world with 40.7 percent threatened on the Red List of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), a new scientific report revealed.
Paris, Oct 5.- This year the ozone hole over Antarctica reached its largest size on record, and the eruption of the Tonga volcano is thought to have influenced its increase, the European Space Agency reported.
Havana, Oct 4.- The Cuban capital is preparing today to host the III International Cybersociety Congress 2023, which will take place from October 16 to 20, organized by the Union of Computer Scientists of Cuba.
Camagüey, Oct 3.- The Cuban Academy of Sciences (ACC in Spanish) awarded four awards in main authorship to Camagüey researchers, corresponding to 2022, for their outstanding socioeconomic contribution in the current context, to promote government management based on scientific knowledge and innovative.
Baku, Oct 3.- The Russian space corporation Roscosmos is developing a project to create a group of 136 small Griffon satellites that will allow it to study the Earth's surface, declared the entity's general director, Yuri Borisov.
Havana, Oct 2.- Specialists from the Cuban Climate Monitoring Center confirmed in this capital that the rainy period in the country ends in October and it is also one of the months with the highest rainfall since its beginning last May.
Washington, Sep 30.- Researchers from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences predicted that in the period 2023-2024 the El Niño event will trigger several climate crises, a specialized magazine published.