Climate ImpactBiospherSantiago de Cuba
Santiago de Cuba, Feb 7th – A systematic monitoring of the impact of climate change on the Baconao Biosphere Reserve´s biodiversity is currently carried out by specialists from the Eastern Center of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (Bioeco) in eastern Cuba.
Biophysics Center in Santiago de Cuba Increases Health Achievements
Santiago de Cuba, Feb 21st – The prototype of an exoskeleton of robotic arm and a multipurpose model are the two latest releases targeted by technicians and workers of the Center of Medical Biophysics (CBM), opened here by Fidel Castro. Continue reading
Coffee Harvest shows Overproduction in Santiago de Cuba
Cuba, Feb 17th – After meeting its plan in the current coffee crop, the Cuban province of Santiago de Cuba shows a sustained rise in production, with more than 1.5 million of cans collected. Continue reading
Earthquakes registered in Santiago de Cuba, Guantánamo, Granma and Holguín
Cuba, Jan, 22 – Cuba’s easternmost provinces have been on alert since January 10, when the National Seismological Service (SSNC) registered an earthquake of 3.2 on the Richter scale in Santiago de Cuba.
Perceptible Quake in Eastern Cuba
Havana, Jan 11 – The National Seismological Service Network registered Sunday night a perceptible quake localized in the Eastern province of Santiago de Cuba. Continue reading
Santiago de Cuba, October 8 — According to architect Cesar Garrido, President of the Cuban National Union of Architects and Construction engineers, Architects and engineers from many corners of the world will meet in Santiago de Cuba as it plays hosts on 10 to 13 October to the International Forum devoted to Tourism and the City, among other subjects. Continue reading
Ecuadoran President Rafael Correa Arrives in Cuba
Santiago de Cuba, Sept 20 — Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa arrived today in Santiago de Cuba and meets in Havana with his Cuban counterpart, President Raùl Castro.
Cuban Television said that during the 24-hour-long visit, both presidents will review, along with Cuban ministers and experts, health affairs, including the protection of physically-challenged persons and the reduction of malnutrition and infant mortality. Continue reading