Thursday, May 28, 2009

Russia, Cuba agree to renew joint nuclear research

Ciencia, Tecnologia Y Sociedad : Hacia Un Desarrollo Sostenible En La Era De La Globalizacion = Science, Tec[h]nology and Society towards Sustainable Development in the Globalization Era
Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart
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January 2003
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Академические обмены с Россией, основанных на гуманистических университете политику и цели совпадают. А развивающиеся страны, как Куба знания создания инженером на "Natura rerum", которая является надлежащей технологической инфраструктуры для устойчивого развития бедных стран.
Но это невозможно, если кубинских университетах не будут развивать междисциплинарный язык в социальных науках, физике, математике, инженерии и технологии адаптированы к реальности районе вне университетов. Невозможно развивать эту кубинского высшего образования, если мы обращаем на академических обменов с США из-за ограничений в области науки и технологий в области, за исключением Канады. Gualterio Нунез Эстрада, Сарасота, штат Флорида 34233.

Academic exchanges with Russia is based on historical agreements between the academic policy and humanitarian objectives of Russian academics with Cuba.

A developing country like Cuba has knowledge of setting up an engineer on the "natura rerum" which is the infraestrucura relevant technology to sustainable development in a poor country. But this is impossible if the Cuban universities will not develop an interdisciplinary language from the social sciences, physics, mathematics, engineering and technology adapted to the reality of the area outside of universities. It is impossible to develop this in Cuban higher education if we draw on academic exchanges with the United States due to restrictions in the field of science and technology transfer in the area with the exception of Canada. Gualterio Nunez Estrada, Sarasota, Florida 34233.

MOSCOW, May 27 (RIA Novosti) - Russia and Cuba have agreed to renew their cooperation in nuclear research with Cuba's Nuclear Energy Agency, head of Rosatom Sergei Kiriyenko said on Wednesday.
The announcement came during an awards ceremony in Moscow where Cuban scientific aide
Fidel Angel Castro Diaz-Balart, Fidel Castro's son, received the Russian Kurchatov Award for his work in the nuclear sphere.
"On behalf of the entire nuclear division, I present the highest award...the Kurchatov Award, to Fidel Castro Diaz-Balart. Today, we will renew our cooperation at [Cuba's] nuclear research center that will allow us to develop a number of directions in modern science," Kiriyenko said
Russian-Cuban nuclear cooperation was halted in 1992 after the construction of an atomic plant in Cuba was frozen.
Diaz-Balart, 59, is a member of Cuba's Academy of Sciences and studied theoretical physics in the Soviet Union. He has published numerous scientific papers in Cuba, Spain and Russia.
In the 1980s, he headed Cuba's nuclear agency at the time that the Soviet Union and Cuba started the construction of a nuclear plant. The agency now works in a number of areas in nuclear physics, including biotechnology and the development of

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