Havana, Saturday 23 de August de 2014 03:48 pm

Cuba Develops Medical App for Cell Phones

The National Drug Formulary, first Cuban health application for mobile devices with Android operating system, already available on Internet, will be presented today at the National Medical Library, in this city.

Children-youth Project Ecoarte Promotes Protection of Environment

The coastal, mangroves and soils preservation of Cuban north eastern region is one of the premises of "Ecoarte" child-youth project, 2014 Environment National Award.

Cuban Scientist Calls for Fast Actions against Giant African Snail

Cuban Scientist Calls for Fast Actions against Giant African Snail

A Cuban scientist said that Cuba must take fast actions to prevent the spread of the Giant African Snail, a species introduced on the island about two years ago, which is considered to be dangerous for humans.

13th Edition of Cuba's Health for All Fair Convened

13th Edition of Cuba's Health for All Fair Convened

The Public Health Ministry (MINSAP) has convened to participate in the 13th edition of the Health for All Fair, to be held on April 20-24, 2015, at this capital's PABEXPO showground.

Cuban Bats in Festival?

Do not follow the story title. Festival has been the term used to announce an upcoming forum promoting the preservation and protection of Cuban bats and the idea that these animals, far from being linked to myths of winged vampires, are part of the wildlife and the environment that must be taken care of.

Tropical Storm Bertha Threatens Barbados and the Lesser Antilles

Tropical Storm Bertha Threatens Barbados and the Lesser Antilles

Barbados, Tropical Storm Bertha, the second storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, takes aim at Barbados and the Lesser Antilles.

New Tuberculosis Vaccine under Pre-clinical Tests in Cuba

Cuban scientists are undertaking studies on the effectiveness of a new candidate vaccine against tuberculosis, a disease considered as sanitary emergency in the world since 1993.

Cuba to Cooperate with the Dominican Republic in Regenerative Medicine

Cuba to Cooperate with the Dominican Republic in Regenerative Medicine

Cuba will cooperate with the Dominican Republic in the implementation of Regenerative Medicine, which is yet another achievement in cooperation between Caribbean states.

Thousands of Foreign Nationals Graduate from Cuban Mining University

Some 8 thousand foreign professionals have graduated from the Antonio Nunez Jimenez Metal and Mining Higher Institute, in the eastern Cuban municipality of Moa, home to major Cuban mining sites.

Jamaican Health Minister Highlights Cuban Cooperation

Jamaican Health Minister Fenton Ferguson, in a report to that nation's Parliament, highlighted Cuba's cooperation with his country, official sources informed on Thursday.

Tropical Storm to Develop on Eastern Florida Coast and will be called Arthur

Tropical Storm to Develop on Eastern Florida Coast and will be called Arthur

The first tropical storm of the current hurricane season, to be called Arthur, is expected to develop later today from a tropical depression that came to life early Tuesday in the Atlantic Ocean, some 155 kilometers southeast of Cape Canaveral, on the eastern coast of the US State of Florida.

Argentinean Vice-president Meets Official Agenda in Cuba

Argentinean Vice-president Meets Official Agenda in Cuba

Argentina's vice-president Amado Boudou is meeting an official agenda in Cuba, which includes visits to scientific centers and projects related to the economic transformations underway in the country with the aim of further boost bilateral relations between Havana and Buenos Aires.

Delays in Investments Cause Environmental Problems in Central Cuba

Insufficient implementation of planned investments for 2013 to prevent or control pollution caused a considerable increase in aggressive load against environment in Ciego de Ávila province.

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