Over 1,300 specialists from 56 countries will reportedly participate in the 12th International Convention on Environment and Development, which will open its doors here from July 1 to 5.
The development of Cuban agroforestry products such as coffee, honey, as well as caring for the environment, among other issues, was highlighted today by directors of these areas in Cuba.
The Cuban Agency for Nuclear Energy and Advanced Technologies (Aenta) highlighted Wednesday the signing of a protocol of talks between Cuba and Russia to develop nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.
The Center for Research and Development of Medicines (CIDEM) prepares to hold the 2nd International Meeting on Management System for Information and Communication Technologies (Sigestic”19).
Cuban Agriculture Minister Gustavo Rodriguez on Saturday told the People”s Power National Assembly (Parliament) that Cuba is carrying out local food production programs as part of strategies to reduce imports.
The Secretary General of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), Houlin Zhao, has acknowledged in Geneva Cuba”s advances in expanding the use of information technology.
The monitoring of the quality of the terrestrial waters, the efficiency of the hydraulic resources and the maintenance and rehabilitation of the beaches, are today actions prioritized by the Cuban science in this central-eastern region.
Cuba’s Institute of Agroforestry Research (INAF) is expanding relations with Latin American academic institutions, its top executive, Humberto Garcia, said in Havana Wednesday on the center”s 50th anniversary.
Cuban Head of State Miguel Diaz-Canel checked on measures taken to address climate change, including the relocation of coastal settlements, the Presidency of the Republic announced Friday.
The 10th International Meeting of Information and Communication Researchers and Scholars ICOM 2019 was launched Wednesday in Havana, a forum scheduled for December to host experts from Latin America and Europe.