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SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Seeking to understand the brain

According to many scientists we are currently living in the age of brain research

Cuba adopts Nagoya Protocol

The island signed the agreement designed to effectively implement one of the three objectives of the Convention on Biological Diversity

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

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

Investigating the hurricanes of the past

Cuban researchers are focused on studying the climate, in order to predict the frequency and intensity of hurricanes that may hit the island

El Niño bids farewell

: In the case of Cuba, the influence of this complex weather phenomenon, which affects sea temperature and air pressure, saw record temperatures in 2015, the warmest year since 1951

Where is Cuban science headed?

Efforts in this sector are directed toward advancing economic sustainability and technological sovereignty

Promising research results

The discovery of the neuro-protective qualities of a new molecule called JM-20, opens up promising prospects for the treatment of cerebral ischemia

High of 38.2 degrees in Havana!

The Cuban capital saw an all-time record temperature recorded at the Casablanca weather station on Saturday