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Havana to Host Int’l Conference on Soils

<div align="justify"> HAVANA, CUBA.- An International Conference on Soils will take place in Havana from July 7 to 9 with the participation of nearly 300 representatives from ten nations.<br /> </div> Read More

Research and Markets: Cuba Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband

<div align="justify"> Cuba's Fixed-Line Services Remain a Monopoly in the Hands of Government Controlled Etecsa, The Cuba - Telecoms, Mobile, and Broadband profiles the fixed-line, mobile and broadband markets in Cuba. </div> Read More

Cuban Scientists Win International Award in China

<div align="justify"> Two Cuban scientists were awarded with the Third World Organization for Women in Science prize in the Chinese capital on Sunday, considered by both women a recognition to their work for several years. </div> Read More

Cuba reports little Internet and telecom progress

<div align="justify"> HAVANA (Reuters) – Cubans' ability to communicate with one another and the world remained well below the norm for the Caribbean and Latin America in 2009, according to a government report released this week. </div> Read More

June Solstice to be Celebrated in Cuba

Astronomy lovers can measure the maximum height of the sun on the horizon with refractor telescopes enabled at the Planetarium of the historic center of Havana next day 20, the eve of the June solstice. Read More

Cuba Reports Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Outbreaks

Cuba has reported to the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) two outbreaks of rabbit hemorrhagic disease.<br /> Read More

More Cubans are turning to cell phones -- using them not to talk but to text and page

Cuba's state-run wireless monopoly, Cubacel, has some of the steepest rates in the world, charging the equivalent of 50 cents per minute for outgoing and incoming calls Read More

Venezuelan experts in Cuba due to Gulf oil spill

Chavez sends team of Venezuelan experts to Cuba, saying Gulf oil spill threatens island Read More

China helps Cuba construct wind farms

The construction of the Gibara II wind farm, made with Chinese technology, in the eastern province of Holguin, entered the phase of electrical interconnection between four of the six wind turbines, said Saturday Orlando Leyva Lopez, chief investor. Read More

'Q' is for Cuba, and other tales from tech support

A week of computer woes prompts the Monitor's language columnist to note how language and technology substitute for one another.<br /> Read More

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