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March 26th, 2005
First Cuban Earth Science Convention
The first Cuban Earth Science Convention is to take place in Havana between April 5 and 8, with the participation of 700 people from 33 countries, including the host country.
There will be roundtable discussions on education in the geo-sciences, on nanoscience, including nanotechnology, new materials and microporous materials.
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