The world's largest particle smasher resumed colliding protons Tuesday as it gradually reboots following a two-year upgrade.
The world's largest particle smasher restarted after a two-year upgrade that will allow physicists to explore uncharted corners of what makes up the universe.
Physicists from Kazakhstan say their new research may result in technologies more efficient than solar panels.
Kazakhstan students won 3 gold and 2 silver medals at the 45th International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) in Astana.
Adilsultan Lepes, a student from Almaty, is publishing his book 'Alternative proof of 100 equations: Method of separating invariables' in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Kazakhstan is going to focus on hard sciences to further enhance the country's growing economy.
Independent researchers from Kazakhstan and the United States are going to try to repeat the Philadelphia Experiment in Kazakhstan.
Nuclear Physics Institute in Alatau village in Almaty will be expanded.
It is expected that more than 500 students will come to Kazakhstan to take part in the International Physics Olympiad in 2014.
David Wineland, who won Tuesday the Nobel Prize for work in quantum physics with Serge Haroche of France, said our limited computers will "eventually" give way to super-fast, revolutionary ones.
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