At $100,000 a head, the puppies in western Seoul don't come cheap -- but at least their owners know exactly what they are getting.
A Kazakhstani site has been added to the UNESCO list of protected biosphere nature reserves.
It is not only animals that rely on physical cues to gauge the fertility of potential rivals for a mate.
Kazakh researchers from Almaty-based Kazakh National Technical University have developed bio pellets that facilitate growth of livestock.
Przewalski's horses will be brought from the Nuremberg Zoo to Kazakhstan in Spring 2016.
DNA molecules attached to the outside of a rocket may be able survive a trip to suborbital space and back into the Earth's atmosphere at extremely high temperatures.
An entrepreneur from Akmola Oblast Adil Galimov has bred large sturgeons in artificial ponds from Astana.
Biologists said the genetic machinery of humans, fruit flies and roundworms was similar in many ways, a discovery that could help basic research.
An enormous flock of cormorants has occupied uninhabited islands on the Irtysh river right near the bridge in Semey, Kazakhstan.
A microscopic marine creature believed to have been extinct for four million years has been found alive and well in New Zealand waters, researchers said.
Kazakhstani plant-breeders have produced a new type of vitamin intensive potatoes that can be red, blue or even purple depending on the breed.
French and South African biologists will dive to deep-sea caves in the Indian Ocean next month in a bid to locate the coelacanth, the "living fossil" fish whose history predates the dinosaurs.
Biologists say the human hand is a wonder of evolution, providing dexterity that lets our species perform activities as diverse as bricklaying, writing, ice hockey and brain surgery.
Charles Darwin earned more than 4,000 votes in a US congressional race from voters protesting the unopposed candidacy of an ardent creationist.
"Crocochicken" was bred by Kazakhstan resident Arkhat Abzhanov, head of Harvard genetics laboratory.
A group of horticulturists lead by biologist Yelizaveta Aivazi are working on a new rose cultivar Astana based on Japanese Suntory's blue rose.