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Over 65,000 Cuban patients treated with Heberprot-P

The medication, developed by a team of researchers at the Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, was first applied in the province of Sancti Spíritus in June 2007

New brain mapping project

Cuba, China, and Canada will work together on a new brain mapping project

Science for the management of marine resources

Topics relating to coastal engineering, marine protected areas, ocean observing systems and ocean influence on climate, among others, will be addressed during the 10th Congress on Marine Sciences, MarCuba 2015

Havana to host International symposium on the Cuban Revolution

Organized by the Cuban Institute of History, the Second International Symposium “The Cuban Revolution: Origins and Historic Development” will take place in the capital’s International Conference Center October 24-26

New indigenous cave paintings discovered in Cuba

Members of the Pedro Borrás Group affiliated with Cuba’s Speleological Society recently discovered a cave containing indigenous drawings in the Sierra Maestra, to the south-east of Guisa, Granma province

Thirty-four solar parks and counting

As part of strategic efforts to increase the use of renewable energy on the island, today there are currently 34 solar parks supplying power to Cuba’s national electricity system

Hurricane Irma makes landfall at Cayo Romano

Last night at around 10:00pm, the powerful hurricane made landfall on Cuban territory at the eastern end of El Romano, along the northern coastline of Camagüey and Ciego de Ávila provinces

8,295 patients treated with stem cells

First used in Cuba in February 2004, the advanced procedure is now offered in 14 of the 15 provinces of the country

Cuba registers hepatitis B medication

The news was announced yesterday, December 10, during the closing ceremony of the Second Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Industry Research-Development and Innovation Congress, IDIFARMA 2015, held in Havana