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“¡Cuba!” in New York

Cuba in the “handkerchief” of an anole, in a pouch that inflates in the reptile’s neck and attracts the attention of all eyes. The anole or chipojo (Cuban chameleon), as it is popularly known in this country, is above all … Continued

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Roswell Park Institute: Photo taken from Travel Nurse Source.

In U.S. clinical trial of Cuban cancer vaccine

Andrew Cuomo, governor of the state of New York, described the clinical trial in the United States of a Cuban lung cancer vaccine as “the result of our historic association with Cuba.” The Roswell Park Cancer Institute, based in the … Continued

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Renewable Energy in Cuba, Potential Investment Destination

Cuba’s favorable natural characteristics offer a different business opportunity for the promotion of the archipelago as a tourist destination: renewable energy generation as a potential investment destination. The Energizing Cuba, Conference on Sustainable Investments in Cuba, organized by the Society … Continued

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Cuba and United States against Zika

Next October 19 Cuban and U.S. scientists will hold an exchange in Havana about the zika virus and other arboviruses (viruses transmitted by arthropods). Specialists from the two countries will share the experience and will present “their studies and principal … Continued

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Cuban Biotechnology: More Than a Boom

The Cuban biotechnological industry has experienced a significant rise since its boom, promoted in the 1980s with the inauguration of Havana’s Center for Biological Research (CIB) and the Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (CIGB). The creation of both institutions … Continued

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IMASUB, zoom to the Cuban seabed

Underwater photography is largely responsible for taking the aura of mystery away from the bottom of the sea, as much as it is also inevitable for those who have no experience of diving. Characterised by technological and human challenges that … Continued

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Photo by Dianela Cano Rodríguez

A Cuban at the world meeting of Nobel Laureates

That they invited Llinersy to the World Meeting of Nobel Laureates in the German town of Lindau, took her by surprise. When they confirmed that she could attend, she could not believe it. Llinersy Uranga, a quantum physics scholar and … Continued

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Putting Cuba on the map, literally

Cuban engineer Jorge Luis Batista is a sort of “ambassador to Cuba” for Open Street Map, a collaborative international platform designed on free software that brings together over two million people, united by the goal of creating a world map … Continued

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Most Cuban caves await discovery

The province of Pinar del Rio, in the westernmost part of Cuba, is renowned for its caves. According to Hilario Carmenati, a man who has devoted almost 50 years of his life to explore the caves, only in Pinar del … Continued

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Ducks / Photo: Ernesto Herrera Pelegrino


These are precise moments – Cuban landscapes frozen at the right time. From the moment a wave brakes, to the second a butterfly takes off, or the web a spider left behind… Images colored as individual pieces of a personal art.  

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