Resultados de búsqueda

77 resultados.

Irma, a hurricane to remember

According to preliminary reports, the flooding caused by Hurricane Irma is perhaps the most severe to have affected Havana’s coastline to date, with over 1.5 meters of water in some areas

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

Restoring sandy beaches

The conservation and recovery of these ecosystems is among the tasks included in the State Plan for Confronting Climate Change, approved by the Council of Ministers in April


More prepared to face disasters (+Photos)

This weekend, all of Cuba became a theater of operations allowing for the evaluation of the country's preparedness to face extraordinary situations, during the Response to Disasters Popular Exercise, Meteoro 2017

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

New brain mapping project

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

Cuban scientists obtain promising 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

El Niño in retreat

The El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) cycle continued its gradual decline in March