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Fitomas-E: Bionutriente to alleviate the drought in Cuba

One of the main tools which have seized harvesters is foliar and root bionutrient Fitomas-E. The product, purely Cuban and ecological, helps mitigate the stress that the lack of water and high temperatures cause in plantations. Read More

Three Category 4 hurricanes cross the Pacific at the same time

This is an unusual image. A coincidence like this had not seen before: Three hurricane category four move at the same time in the Pacific. Kilo, Ignacio and Jimena cross the Pacific Ocean in a wonderful image that has captured the NASA. Read More

Cuba to present Progress vs. Desertification in Turkey

Cuba will show its progress in the struggle against desertification and drought during an important international meeting to be held on October 12-23 in Ankara, the capital of the Republic of Turkey. Read More

Cuba will start cloud seeding to provoke rain in its fight on drought

Cuba will apply a technique known as "cloud seeding" to artificially induce rain from September 15 in areas hit by severe drought, which affects more than one million people, according to official sources quoted by official media. Read More

Cuba cuts budget to scientific research in 40%

A report on 2014, published on the website of the National Bureau of Statistics revealed that scientific and technological R & D fell from 651.5 million pesos in 2010 to 380,500,000 last year, the Cuban peso fixed to the US dollar equivalent. Read More

Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart publishes article on benefits of nuclear techniques in Cuba

Doctor of Science and son of Cuban ex-president, said that about 160 institutions and sectors of Organisms of the Central Government Administration use nuclear techniques and radioactive sources and that these figures were the results of the Program of technical cooperation and training of the International Atomic Energy Agency. Read More

An "unusual" house that defies gravity is inaugurated in Cuba

A building, named "unusual house" and built "to defy gravity" was opened to the public today in Las Tunas, in eastern Cuba, in order to astonish visitors with optical illusions and perhaps enter the Guinness records , local media reported. Read More

Cuba and Mexico want to enhance sugar industry

The Second Technical Meeting ATAM-ATAC to exchange on the sugar sector between Cuba and Mexico, began on July 21 in Havana with the participation of 100 experts from both countries. Read More

Cebimar presents new biomedical products

New natural products of biomedical interest were presented by the Marine Bioproducts Center (Cebimar by its Spanish acronym) of Cuba to the Convention on Environment and Development. Read More

Cuban scientists close to getting prostate cancer vaccine

Cuban scientists advance in the development of a therapeutic vaccine against prostate cancer, which strikes mature men in the Caribbean causing more than 2,000 deaths per year in Cuba, said a researcher. Read More

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