Havana, Aug 3.- A memorandum of understanding for scientific-technical collaboration and the expansion of bilateral relations was signed by directors of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (Belarus) and the Ministry of Agriculture (MINAG) at the conclusion the visit of a delegation from that country to Cuba.
Havana, Aug 2.- Cuba will host the 18th International Course on Dengue and other emerging Arboviruses, which will be held from August 14 to 25 at the Pedro Kourí Institute of Tropical Medicine (IPK), a specialized source reported today.
Washington, Aug 1st. - Maternal malnutrition continues to be a worldwide problem for women today, as their children are at risk of delayed neurodevelopment, say experts on the subject.
Geneva, 1st. Aug.- The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) warned that the intense heat in many areas of the northern hemisphere this summer causes serious damage to the health of the population and the environment.
Havana, Jul 31.- The third month of the current hurricane season will soon begin in Cuba and, according to the official chronology, 19 hurricanes have affected the archipelago in August, between 1791 and 2022.
Copenhagen, Jul 29.- Important ocean currents that redistribute heat, cold and precipitation between the tropics and the northernmost parts of the Atlantic region will stop working around the year 2060, experts said.
Havana, Jul 28.- The New Molecules Committee (CMN), an auxiliary body of the Federal Commission for Protection against Sanitary Risks (COFEPRIS) of Mexico, issued a favorable opinion for the emergency use of Cuban anti-COVID-19 vaccines Soberana 02 and Soberana Plus in the pediatric population.
Havana, Jul 28.- Cuba today celebrates World Hepatitis Day with the nationally produced vaccine called HeberNasvac, which has demonstrated its effectiveness in several countries around the world.
Beijing, Jul 28.- China today maintains a red alert due to the incidence of the powerful typhoon Doksuri, which made landfall in the eastern province of Fujian with heavy rains and gales.
Although computers, in their desktop or portable format, are widely used, there is other technological equipment that currently steals the show and is everywhere: cell phones. And although to a lesser extent, the number of tablets on the market is also large.
UnitedNations, Jul 26.- Mangroves are threatened as itisestimatedthat more thanthreequarters of theworldmangroveecosystemscoulddisappear and, at thesame time, alltheaquatic and terrestrialorganismsthatdependonthem, affirmedtodaytheUnitedNationsOrganizationforEducation, Science and Culture (Unesco).
Quito, Jul 26.- Cuba works for a future with energy sovereignty, said the director of Planning and Strategy of the Ministry of Energy and Mines, Ramses Montes, who participated in a meeting of experts in the Ecuadorian capital.