Nobel peace prizewinner Rae Kwon Chung offered Kazakh authorities to create an eco-city fully maintained by alternative sources of energy.
25 november 2016, 20:19Nobel prizewinner proposes a new city in KZ
24 november 2016, 20:43Hyperloop construction begins in Las Vegas
22 november 2016, 20:31New dwarf galaxy discovered around Milky Way
22 november 2016, 18:17China to turn Chernobyl into solar power plant
21 november 2016, 20:23Space 360: first-ever 4K panoramic view from ISS
20 november 2016, 22:01Space-bound Russian android shows handyman skills
16 november 2016, 17:01Nintendo shares jump on Super Mario for iPhones
15 november 2016, 12:23NASA has published photos of Supermoon at Baikonur
28 september 2016, 19:26Elon Musk envisions 'fun' but dangerous trips to Mars
14 september 2016, 18:08China to launch second space laboratory: Xinhua
14 september 2016, 18:03More than a billion stars mapped in Milky Way: ESA
01 september 2016, 13:20New fossils show life on Earth at least 3.7bn years old
29 august 2016, 16:12iPhone spyware spotlights Israel's secretive surveillance industry
19 august 2016, 15:17US astronauts prepare spacewalk to install new docking port
13 july 2016, 17:02Google says anti-privacy effort has delivered $2 bn
04 july 2016, 14:04Fido forever? S. Korea's dog cloning clinic
20 june 2016, 15:40World's fastest supercomputer entirely made in China
08 june 2016, 16:53Mammals thrived long before dinos died: study
31 may 2016, 16:03Robot home-help and virtual reality at Taiwan's Computex
17 may 2016, 16:34Virtual Reality puts viewer in the movie at Cannes
28 april 2016, 17:54Japan abandons $250mn black hole satellite
27 april 2016, 16:30Technology drive sees 'connected car' link-ups in China
13 april 2016, 18:31Human genetic research with Chinese characteristics
06 april 2016, 19:33Ukraine adds Russian oil import ban to growing trade war
05 april 2016, 14:11Facebook tests tech to help blind people enjoy photos
30 march 2016, 15:46Humans, 'unicorns' may have walked Earth at same time
29 march 2016, 14:46Samsung follows Apple with launch in China of mobile payment
28 march 2016, 15:32Japan loses track of pricey black hole satellite
28 march 2016, 13:20Caveman's best friends? Preserved Ice Age puppies awe scientists
25 march 2016, 15:24Number of US drones will nearly triple by 2020
18 march 2016, 17:15Japan to send plutonium cache to US this weekend
15 march 2016, 17:39Google computer wins final game against S. Korean Go master
10 march 2016, 15:09New 'Drowned Apostles' at popular Australia tourist site
05 march 2016, 15:07SpaceX satellite launch succeeds, but rocket crash lands
08 february 2016, 14:53Technology, ancient and modern, can help buildings survive quakes
01 february 2016, 18:12World's first 'robot run' farm to open in Japan
27 january 2016, 15:54Face value: How fertile women spot rivals
27 january 2016, 15:23China planning to build floating nuclear power plant
21 january 2016, 15:39'Ninth planet' may exist in solar system: US scientists
21 december 2015, 14:27US spacewalkers will aim to move stalled rail car
19 november 2015, 20:26Kazakhstani app wins at Startup Conference
04 november 2015, 15:21Russia readies to exhume Tsar Alexander III in Romanov probe
28 october 2015, 21:25Kazakhstan isn’t going to mass-produce cosmonauts: head of KazKosmos National Space Agency
07 october 2015, 17:01Trio wins Nobel Chemistry Prize for DNA repair work
06 october 2015, 12:40'Gifts' from Chinese herbal medicine
02 october 2015, 15:24Brain research gets $100 million boost
30 september 2015, 12:48Kazakh engineer builds revolutionary LEGO-like toy robot
29 september 2015, 12:04Liquid water found on Mars: NASA
18 september 2015, 19:24Robot attends school in Kazakhstan
11 september 2015, 15:23Apple TV aims to capture 'cord cutters'
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