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New Cuban drug on trial

Experts from the eastern city of Santiago de Cuba are testing a new drug to treat ulcers in diabetic feet. The Saturnino Lora and Joaquín Castillo Duany hospitals were included in a nationwide program to validate the efficacy of the drug. Read More

Change the system, not the climate!

If greenhouse gas emissions continue to spiral, scientists predict ecological disaster: melting ice sheets, erratic and destructive weather patterns and increasing desertification. All this will turn hundreds of millions of people into refugees. Read More

Oceanic Sciences Congress in Cuba

Sessions of the VII Congress of Oceanic Sciences, from December 4 to 8 , began with the participation of Cuban specialists and experts from 15 nations. The scientists will contribute to the research guided to recover and preserve sea ecosystems and especially develop cleaning programs of those geographical areas. Read More

Engineering and Architecture Convention in Cuba ends

The 13th Scientific Convention on Engineering and Architecture underway in this capital is closing its sessions Friday at the Jose Antonio Echeverria Higher Educational Center (CUJAE). The meeting, which brought together over 300 specialists from some 20 countries, was aimed at promoting an academic and professional exchange in the field. Read More

World Quality Award for cuban plant

The Cuban metals plant DURALMET was presented the Quality Crown Award in the Golden Category. The international award, that extols excellence and prestige for companies, organizations and businessmen, has been presented to institutions from 173 countries in the past 20 years. Read More

Homo antecessor discoverer in Cuba

Spanish anthropologist Eudald Carbonell Roura, one of the Homo Antecessor discoverers, is visiting Cuba to exchange with the island colleagues and foster bilateral collaboration Read More

Cuban revitalizing railway project highlighted

Latin American Railway Association (ALAF) Secretary General Lauro Ramirez, Friday highlighted here the current Cuban project to revitalize railways. Read More

Doctorate program in Cuba promotes environmental sustainability

With the aim of promoting scientific work in the areas of sustainability and the protection of natural resources, a doctorate program in natural sciences has been created in the eastern Cuban province of Santiago de Cuba. Read More

Cuba develops resistant vegetable varieties

New varieties of tomatoes and sweet peppers developed at the Liliana Dimitrova Horticulture Research Institute are showing excellent initial results. Read More

Cuban oil and ethanol could prosper in Havanas hunt for energy supplies

Cuba has slowly made progress through the operations of both state-owned and foreign enterprises, by means of new oil explorations and a stepped-up search for new energy alternatives, such as ethanol. Read More

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