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Science

Total Solar Eclipse 2017 Partially Visible in Cuba

The eclipse will be only total in the United States but partially visible in various areas of the Caribbean and Latin America


2016 Confirmed as the Warmest Year in 137 Years

A new annual report on the weather in the world, confirmed that 2016 must be considered as the warmest year in a period of 137 consecutive years of keeping registrations


World’s 1st Skin Cancer Drug Available in Every Cuban Pharmacy

The world’s first skin cancer treatment, which targets basal cell carcinoma, has appeared in pharmacies across Cuba within only six months of its entry into the market


Drought Allows Archaeological Finding at Zaza Dam (+photos)

New archaeological finding confirms the presence in Sancti Spiritus of aboriginal agriculture-ceramist groups from the 16th century


Too Hot to Live!

Unless carbon emissions are curtailed, climate change may expose 1.5 billion people in South Asia to potentially lethal heat and humidity in the near future


Earth Temperature Will Rise 2 Degrees by the End of This Century

By the end of the century, the global temperature is likely to rise more than 2 degrees Celsius, or 3.6 degrees Fahrenhei Earth Temperature Will Rise 2 Degrees by the End of This Century. (Photo: Prensa Latina)


Cuba, Uruguay Together in Coca Leaf Research

Both countries already expressed their interest of importing from industrialized products made out of the coca plant


First Regional Climate Center Opens in Barbados

This body has been approved by the Caribbean Meteorological Organization (CMO), and is the first in the Western hemisphere


India to Start Family Planning Campaign

The program will take place in 146 districts in seven states and will be focused on improving contraceptive methods


Cuba Reaffirms Actions to Preserve Environment

Cuba has also stressed its willingness to continue working on strategies to deal with climate change and to better use natural resources


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