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The jewel that Fidel conceived

Built in just 19 months, on September 7, 1987, Fidel inaugurated the Immunoassay Center (CIE), charged with the mission of designing and producing technology for the mass screening of different diseases

Science and economy, hand in hand

CUBAN science, an indisputable product of the Revolution and Fidel’s visionary thinking, today faces the challenge of more swiftly linking to the production of goods and services, based on obtaining high-tech and innovative results and always closing the research-manufacturing-marketing cycle.

Where is Cuban science headed?

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

Cuba reduces use of ozone depleting substances

Nelson Espinosa Pena, director of the country's Ozone Technical Office opened the CONTAT 2016 workshop, and reported on progress in Cuba eliminating ozone depleting substances

Cuba develops biopharmaceuticals to treat cancer

Cuba currently has a total of 28 drugs registered, or in various stages of investigation, for the treatment of cancer, which include therapeutic vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, interferons and peptides

11th International Convention on Environment and Development begins today

Delegates from over 25 countries, together with ministers, vice ministers, academics and representatives of international organizations, will participate in the 11th International Convention on Environment and Development, which opens today in the Havana International Conference Center, and will session through this Friday, July 7

Hurricane Matthew hits eastern Cuba

The eye of the hurricane made landfall shortly after 6pm on October 4, in the area around Punta Caleta, on the southern coast of Guantánamo province, moving northward at 15 kilometers an hour