Intl Meetings on Alzheimer in Cuba

0 Havana, Oct 13. -A practical guide on the comprehensive care of patients with Alzheimer's Disease will capture the attention of participants in courses prior to the Ibero-American Congress on Alzheimer to be opened at the Havana Conference Center on October 20-22, sponsored by the International Federation and its Cuban chapter. Debates will focus on the analysis of clinical evidence

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Artificial Intelligence, Robotics at Cuban Congress

3 Havana, May 20. -The latest technological innovations applied to health, such as robotics, artificial intelligence and prostheses, captured the interest of participants on Thursday at the 5th Latin American Congress on Biomedical Engineering. The event, which ends Friday, is sponsored by the Regional Council of Biomedical Engineering for Latin America, and includes many lectures, such as one on the

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Chicxulub Crater and its Geology at Cuban Convention

0 Havana, Apr 7. -A master lecture on the Chicxulub meteor impact, a phenomenon believed to have killed off the dinosaurs, captured the interest of participants at the Geosciences 2011 Convention. As part of the Geology Congress, being held in parallel with the convention, French academic Claude Rangin of the Collÿge de France will discuss the relationship between the Paleocene

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Lat Am Students Back Fidel Castro’s Message

1 Pretoria, Dec 16. -Latin American students on Wednesday issued a statement of support for the message sent by the leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, to participants in the 17th World Festival of Youth and Students. Youth Festival Unites the World in South Africa The event, which was first held 63 years ago, has bruoght together in South

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President Raul Castro Attends Hanukkah in Cuba

4 Havana, Dec 6. -President Raul Castro joined the Cuban Hebrew community to celebrate Hanukkah at Havanaâ�Ös main synagogue, and conveyed to the participants his best wishes. "We feel extremely happy and proud by participating in this festivity with you, and I hope to be back to know more about the Hebrew Community in Cuba and about the fabulous stories

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Shared Benefits of Genetic Resources Divides Biodiversity Conference

2 Nagoya, Japan, Oct 23. -The subject of shared benefits of genetic resources has divided participants in the tenth Conference on Biological Biodiversity (COP10). An example of the different positions is that Canada eliminated native peoples from the negotiations. Native peoples maintain that they discovered the medicinal use of plants, whose active ingredients are used by pharmaceutical companies to produce

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Global Economic Crisis, a Main Killer

3 Havana, May 27. -Global economic crisis constitutes one of the ways to end the life of human beings, participants in the 9th Ibero-American Encounter on Gender and Communication denounced in Havana on Wednesday. At the inaugural session of this meeting with representatives of six countries, Chair of the Scientific Committee Isabel Moya said that this phenomenon goes beyond a

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