Florida, Jan. 20.- The constant search for methods and techniques to obtain more juicy and climate-resistant cane varieties distinguishes the scientific work of the group of academics and technicians from the Territorial Station for Sugar Cane Research (ETICA) in theFlorida Township.
The Master of Science Isabel Torres Madrigal, Deputy Director of Investigations at ETICA, provides details about the scientific work of that entity in the following report by journalist Yunier Soler Castellanos for the news programming of Radio Florida.
Florida, Jan. 16.- The collective of the Territorial Station for Sugar Cane Research (ETICA), based in the municipality of Florida, commemorated this January 15 the Day of Cuban Science, in a day dedicated to the evaluation of the results of its studies and the recognition of its most outstanding academics and workers in 2020.Continue reading →
Florida, May 4.- María del Carmen Legón Gómez for a month stopped practicing her profession of Bachelor of Stomatological Care, along with Medicine students and workers from other social sectors, to investigate a part of the population belonging to office 23 of theFlorida Township North Health Area, looking for people with symptoms of acute respiratory infections.
She gives details of her experiences in the following report by journalist Ailen Vargas Abella of the Radio Florida news services.
Florida, Apr 22.- Greter María Fernández Acosta is a fourth-year student of the specialty of Stomatology who assumes in this municipality of Florida the mission of conducting investigations to prevent contagion with COVID-19.
Cuban and US scientists launch joint research on hurricanes
Cuba, Mar 23rd – Cuban and US scientists held a joint workshop in Havana to study the frequency and intensity of hurricanes that hit the island in the past 10 thousand years with the aim of expanding their knowledge on those natural phenomena. Continue reading →