Moscow, Dec. 7.- Representatives of the state group BioCubaFarma and the Labiofam company today signed a memorandum with the Russian joint-stock company Phitovit for cooperation in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical spheres.
United Nations, Dec. 7.- For Latin America to reach the goal of reducing its polluting emissions between 24 and 29 percent in 2030, it must reduce them four times faster than the current rate, ECLAC warned.
Havana, Dec. 6.- The knowledge of the People's Republic of China (PRCH) on nuclear energy constitutes an essential reference for Cuba, stated in this capital Andrea Armas Rodríguez, general director of Science, Technology and Innovation, of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA).
Port-au-Prince, December 5.- The Cuban Medical Brigade in Haiti completed 25 years of uninterrupted work, amid political challenges, natural disasters and instability, but with the same commitment since 1998.
Washington, Dec. 4.- Poor sleep can reduce cognitive performance, attention span, judgment and emotional state of people, but by opting for physical exercises the quality of sleep improves, a specialized source revealed today.
Matanzas, Dec. 3.- The Matanzas Firefighters Museum Enrique Estrada Barracks will be included among the institutions that, from the 4th to the 8th, will contribute to the XI International Congress on Disasters 2023 and the VII International Firefighters Conference, scheduled to be held in the Cuban capital.
Santiago de Cuba, December 2.- With 270 producers in Granma, Guantánamo and Santiago de Cuba, the BioCubaCafé project is consolidated in the eastern provinces, thus transcending the Third Front, a coffee-growing municipality located 117 kilometers from this city.
Havana, 1st. Dec. - Cuba today celebrates World HIV/AIDS Response Day with tangible results, thanks to a program with multiple actors in the health sector and community work.
Havana, Nov 30.- With the existence of a public policy and government plans to confront climate changes, Cuba attends the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Climate Change (COP28) that will be inaugurated today in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Madrid, Nov 29.- The 22 countries that make up the Ibero-American community, including Cuba, approved today a special statement that continues what was agreed in the Environmental Charter, ahead of the United Nations Conference on Climate Change, more commonly known as COP28.
Camagüey, Nov 28.- With multiple health promotion and training actions in key populations to avoid new infections with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), the Provincial Day for the World Day of Expanded Response to HIV/AIDS will take place.
Santa Clara, Nov 27.- The doctor in Agricultural Sciences, Sergio Rodríguez, director of the Tropical Viand Research Institute (INIVIT), died the day before in this city at the age of 75 as a result of a sudden death.