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Modern Planetarium opens in Old Havana

The first and modern Cuban planetarium opened its doors to the public in the Havana historical centre, with a projector able to capture 6,500 stars and a space theatre with 65 seats. Read More

Cuba keeps geological surveillance after seism

Cuban authorities maintain watch over the possible aftershocks or sea-level rises in the eastern end of the country, after the 7.3 degree –quake in the Richter scale that hit Haiti. Read More

Cuban work in social sciences highlighted

Alicia Juarrero, a Professor of Prince George''s Community College in Maryland, the United States, extolled on Friday Cuba's development in the realm of complex thinking, a science comprising natural sciences, exact sciences and culture. Read More

Production of sun panels for the Bolivarian Alternative Project, ALBA

The operation of a productive line that multiplies five times the present capacity of the Company of Electronic Components Ernesto Che Guevara, in Pinar del Rio, guarantees the supply of photovoltaic modules for the Bolivarian Alternative for the Peoples of the Americas’ project. Read More

Cuban Judo delegation to Europe

Cuban Judo will be starting a competitive tour through Europe, which includes its participation at the Grand Slam to be held in Paris, one of the most prestigious Judo tournaments all over the world, informed National Commissioner Rafael Manso.<br /> Read More

Cuba's remarkable scientific contributions throughout 2009

The therapeutic vaccine for advanced lung cancer of the Centre for Molecular Immunology and the development of three anti-allergy vaccines at the National Centre for Bio-derivates (BIOCEN) stand out among the relevant contributions of the Island’s science and technological innovation throughout 2009. Read More

ALBA project of medicine control to be presented in Cuba

A transnational project led by the Bolivarian Alliance of the Peoples of Our America’s Centre for Drugs Regulation will be presented during the 7th International Symposium on Quality to take place in Havana by mid January. Read More

Experts Predict $300 Oil Barrel Not Far Off

No pain means any gain in solving the energy problem, according to the New York-based Market Watch news service which predicts the $300 oil barrel could be not far off, considering the problems propelling oil prices to $147 haven’t gone away.<br /> Read More

Scientific Achievements in 2009 of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment

Cuba has a first-level science system worldwide which gains progress every year, assured here the delegate from the Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (CITMA) doctor Roberto Castellanos in Havana City. Read More

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