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 BioHabana concluded with resounding success for new alliances with Cuba
BioHabana concluded with resounding success for new alliances with Cuba

Varadero, April 6.- The signing of 18 agreements and the presentation of innovative biopharmaceutical products and medical equipment marked the success of the BioHabana 2024 International Congress, which concluded after three days in the Cuban resort of Varadero.

Latin America and the Caribbean with a Regional School of Health Regulation (+ Photos)
Latin America and the Caribbean with a Regional School of Health Regulation (+ Photos)

Havana, April 5.- Latin America and the Caribbean will have its Regional Health Regulation School (ERRS), based in Mexico and with a comprehensive approach to address current and future challenges.

BioHabana bets on scientific and commercial alliances
BioHabana bets on scientific and commercial alliances

Varadero, April 4.- With the participation of more than 250 foreign delegates from the five continents, the BioHabana 2024 international congress is committed to creating and consolidating scientific and commercial alliances, and highlighting the strengths of Cuba's biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry.

Melting Arctic will make El Niño stronger
Melting Arctic will make El Niño stronger

Washington, April 3.- El Niño phenomena could become even stronger in the coming years due to the melting of the Arctic, motivated by global warming, a study published today by the journal Science Advances states.

 New platform for online procedures available in Cuba
New platform for online procedures available in Cuba

Havana, April 2.- Any natural or legal person interested in carrying out procedures, obtaining and signing digital documentation, with legal validity, will be able to do so online, through a new platform developed by the Defense Information Technology Company (Xetid).

 Cloud climate puzzle clarified with simple equations
Cloud climate puzzle clarified with simple equations

Washington, April 2.- Researchers from the University of Exeter and the Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique in Paris, France, created a model that predicts how changes in the surface of anvil clouds will affect global warming.

Institutions of Camagüey and the Dominican Republic strengthen cooperation in Artificial Intelligence
Institutions of Camagüey and the Dominican Republic strengthen cooperation in Artificial Intelligence

Camagüey, Apr. 1st.- How to contribute from the University of Camagüey (UC) to strengthening the capabilities of human resources for the development of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Strategy in the Dominican Republic, approved at the government level, was the central topic of the meetings that a UC delegation held these days with institutions in that nation.

Camagüey University with prominence in international scientific journal
Camagüey University with prominence in international scientific journal

The first of these texts is The Latin American Historical Centers: Conservation, Urbanism, Architecture and Landscape, by the doctor of sciences Lourdes Gómez Consuegra, and constitutes a sample of the extensive knowledge related to conservation and its importance in the regional context.

Second edition of BioHabana 2024 to be held in Cuba
Second edition of BioHabana 2024 to be held in Cuba

Matanzas, March 30.- From the 1st. On April 5, the Cuban spa city of Varadero will hold the second edition of BioHabana 2024, an event aimed at exchanging experiences on the interconnection of innovation ecosystems at a global level.

Antarctic sea ice shrinks to near record lows
Antarctic sea ice shrinks to near record lows

Washington, March 27.- In 2024, sea ice continued to decline at the top and bottom of the planet, and in Antarctica coverage was reduced to near-historic lows for the third consecutive year.     

 Video game industry in Cuba gains space with young creators
Video game industry in Cuba gains space with young creators

Havana, March 26.- Despite the limitations that impact the video game industry in Cuba, the FatestudioGame project works to gain space and systematize offers, said Carlos Anaya, a member of that group of creators.

Tuberculosis, the deadliest infectious disease in the world
Tuberculosis, the deadliest infectious disease in the world

Geneva, March 24.- Every day more than 4,100 people die from tuberculosis and approximately 28,000 contract it, data that characterizes it today as the most lethal infectious disease worldwide.