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Cuba strengthens production of biopesticides
Cuba strengthens production of biopesticides

Havana, Mar. 1st. - Cuba received equipment and supplies to strengthen its capabilities in agroecological pest management from the production of biopesticides, as part of two international collaboration projects, they reported today.

United Nations adopts Cuba resolution during environmental event
United Nations adopts Cuba resolution during environmental event

Nairobi, Mar. 1st. - The United Nations Environment Assembly today adopted the draft resolution presented by Cuba, entitled “Circularity of a resilient and low-carbon sugar cane agroindustry.”

Magnetic stimulator favors rehabilitation therapies
Magnetic stimulator favors rehabilitation therapies

Santiago de Cuba, March 1.- The National Center for Applied Electromagnetism of the Universidad de Oriente, in this city, promotes the operation of rehabilitation therapies with the Nak local magnetic stimulator, created to reduce pain and inflammation.

Science and environment focus debates at United Nations event
Science and environment focus debates at United Nations event

Nairobi, February 28.- The development of science as a key factor and its strengthening with politics to achieve Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs) are the focus of some of the debates today at the VI Assembly of the United Nations (UN) ( UNEA-6).

In Honduras Cuban medical brigade for strengthening health system (+ Photos)
In Honduras Cuban medical brigade for strengthening health system (+ Photos)

Tegucigalpa, February 28.- A Cuban medical brigade, made up of 120 specialists, arrived in Honduras with the purpose of strengthening the public health system in this Central American nation.

 Experts value Viñales as a possible World Geopark
Experts value Viñales as a possible World Geopark

Pinar del Río, February 27.- Experts from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) positively valued Viñales, in the province of Pinar del Río, as a possible World Geopark of that international organization.

Cuba present at the sixth United Nations assembly on the environment
Cuba present at the sixth United Nations assembly on the environment

Havana, February 26.- A Cuban delegation attends the VI United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-6) that began today in Nairobi, Kenya, to analyze the triple planetary crisis: climate change, loss of biodiversity and pollution.

International technology companies seek to create human robots
International technology companies seek to create human robots

Moscow, February 26.- Entrepreneurs such as Jeff Bezos, creator of Amazon, and technology companies such as Microsoft and Nvidia, are working together to create human-like robots, according to sources consulted by the US agency Bloomberg.

Featured Cuban projects to be exhibited at the 2024 Computer Fair
Featured Cuban projects to be exhibited at the 2024 Computer Fair

Havana, 23 Jan. - In order to show the advances in informatics and the capabilities of Cuban society, in the midst of digital transformation, a total of 28 technologies and solutions will be exhibited at the Cuba stand of the 2024 Convention and International Computer Fair, to be held in this capital between 18 and 22 March.

Problems on Cuban electronic payment channels
Problems on Cuban electronic payment channels

Havana, February 22.- Starting at 12 midnight this Saturday, February 24, and until six in the morning on Sunday, the 25th, operations in the electronic payment channels available in Cuba will be affected, due to transformation actions. of the technological infrastructure of RED SA Payment Services

Artificial intelligence can help detect Alzheimer's risk factors
Artificial intelligence can help detect Alzheimer's risk factors

Washington, February 22.- Scientists at the University of California in San Francisco, United States, found a way to predict Alzheimer's disease up to seven years before symptoms appear, published in the journal Nature Aging.

Space debris will damage the ozone layer and Earth's climate
Space debris will damage the ozone layer and Earth's climate

Washington, February 21.- Recent scientific data indicates that space debris accumulated by “man's passage through the atmosphere” is changing the sky today and has harmful consequences for the ozone layer and the Earth's climate.