Daniel Whittle of the Environmental Defense Fund explains why U.S.-Cuba scientific cooperation has been beneficial and must continue.
Critically endangered Cuban crocodiles are returning to Zapata Swamp.
Utilizing a well-documented itinerary of activities, US yachters can sail to Cuba for environmental research, education, and conservation.
Could a U.S. call for grant proposals support Cuban entrepreneurship and foster bilateral research? Perhaps, say experts.
Scientists from Tampa and Cuba are working together to save reefs.
Researchers think coral from Cuba might help reefs in the Florida Keys survive climate change
For U.S. companies exploring opportunities in Cuba, look to biotechnology and energy, says an Akin Gump senior policy advisor.
Cuba’s therapeutic lung cancer vaccine CIMAvax is finally being tested at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute, with high hopes for future treatment of U.S. patients.
New regulations mean that Cuban drugs can be tested and imported. Diabetes, hepatitis and cancer medicines could be among the first.