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Cuba Keeps a Watch on El Niño Phenomenon

Experts of the Weather Center of the Cuban Meteorology Institute keep a permanent watch on the evolution and probable influence in the country of the phenomenon El Niño. Read More

Educational Software in Cuban Classrooms

The Pepito Tey University of Education in Las Tunas province held a national workshop on producing computer resources for teacher training.  Read More

Cuban University Conference Ends

More than 2,500 delegates from 67 countries attending the 7th International Conference on Higher Education, called University 2010, winds up Friday five days of debates and meetings on improving the teaching and learning processes in higher education. Read More

Cuban Railroad Company Introduces New Welding Technology

The SOLCAR enterprise in the central Villa Clara province introducing a new welding technology that is expected to enhance the safety of railroads and reduce costs. Read More

Workshop Against Disasters and Emergencies

The Centennial Elvira Cape Reference Library, the one who keeps the largest collection of documental of the eastern region of the country, celebrates the 3rd  International Workshop of the Advisory Council against disasters and emergencies on heritage. Read More

Scientific Institutions Acknowledged in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba

Several scientific institutions from the central Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus were recently acknowledged by the local office of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA) because of their contributions in 2009. Read More

UN Supports Biodiversity Conservation in Cuba

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) supports the two new projects related to the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity in Cuba. Read More

Vietnam Opens Cuban-advised Mega-Bridge

Land traffic flows Tuesday over the biggest bridge in Saigon River after the opening ceremony of the Thu Thiem mega-bridge, built with Cuban advisory. Read More

Cuba boosts scientific research

Cuba has more than 210 research centers and technological and innovation areas to develop products, replacing and creating new exportable items. Read More

Cuba, decreasing lethality in cerebrovascular diseases

The enhancement of the Integrated System for Medical Emergencies (SIUM) and the better training of the medical and nursing staff made it possible for the Cuban province of Sancti Spiritus to reduce cerebrovascular-disease lethality to 16%, the <br /> lowest figure reported during the last eight years. Read More

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