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Tuesday, January 10, 2006 

Cuba Hosts Complexity Conference

Havana, Jan 10 (Prensa Latina) The 3rd International Seminar Complexity 2006 is taking place from this Tuesday until January 12 at Havana’s Conference Center, attended by 300 delegates from 20 nations.

Participants will analyze current problems of today’s world, not only from the general point of view, but also its specificity.

Parallel to the seminar are symposiums on complex educational, organizational and environmental systems.

Among attendees are prestigious French professor Edgar Morin, experts from Harvard University, scientific institutions, as well as from higher level centers from France, Cuba, United States, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Spain, Uruguay, Chile and Brazil, among others.


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