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High blood pressure big issue in developing world
The number of people across the globe suffering from high blood pressure has almost doubled over the past four decades.
Study of exhaust particles hints at Alzheimer's risk
Microscopic particles, possibly from air pollution, have been found in human brain tissue, according to a new study into Alzheimer's risk.
New fossils show life on Earth at least 3.7bn years old
Life on Earth is even older than we though - fossils dating back a staggering 3.7 billion years have been discovered.
Mammals thrived long before dinos died: study
The prevailing theory that mammals only flourished after an asteroid strike wiped out the dinosaurs 66 million years ago is doubly wrong.
Japan abandons $250mn black hole satellite
Japan is abandoning a quarter-of-a-billion-dollar satellite it sent to study black holes, disappointed space scientists said.
Human genetic research with Chinese characteristics
Researchers from Guangzhou Medical University used a gene-editing technique CRISPR to artificially induce a mutation in human cells.
Cholesterol drug fails to improve heart health: study
Experimental drug that greatly increases levels of "good" cholesterol has no effect on heart health, a comprehensive clinical trial found.
Japan loses track of pricey black hole satellite
Dozens of space scientists are desperately scouring the skies after losing track of a quarter-of-a-billion-dollar Japanese satellite that was sent to study black holes.
Brain research gets $100 million boost
Research into brain diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and traumatic injury got a boost with a $100 million pledge from a US foundation and seven universities.
Intel putting $50 mn into quantum computing research
US chip colossus Intel said that it will put $50 million and engineering resources into an alliance on quantum computing that could radically advance complex problem-solving.
People who lack sleep are more likely to catch colds
People who do not get enough sleep are four times more likely than their well-rested counterparts to catch a cold.
Obesity 'master-switch' in genes may be turned off: study
Scientists have identified a genetic master-switch that makes some people more prone to obesity than others, and research out suggests it can be turned off, possibly leading to weight loss.
Seven Kazakhstani start-up teams to travel to Sillicon Valley in October
Seven start-up projects from Kazakhstan have qualified in the final round of TECHNATION acceleration program for start-up teams from CIS, Europe and Asia.
Solar power plant developed by Nazarbayev University researchers and SunPower presented in Astana
A solar power plant SunPower Oasis C-7 has been presented in Kazakhstan’s capital Astana.
Nursultan Nazarbayev speaks about Kazakhstan's agricultural sector
Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev is concerned about Kazakhstan’s agricultural sector.
Suicidal youth not taken seriously in Kazakhstan: UNICEF
A quarter of Kazakhstani teenagers who committed suicide had talked about it before the actual act with their friends or family.
Kazakh scientists suggest adding live bacteria to cattle's feed
Kazakh researchers from Almaty-based Kazakh National Technical University have developed bio pellets that facilitate growth of livestock.
Smartphone can test for HIV, syphilis: study
US researchers have found a way to turn a common smartphone into a quick and easy device to conduct field tests for HIV and syphilis.
Working too hard can drive you to booze: study
It's true: working too hard can drive you to drink, said researchers who warned of the health risks of such dual excess.
Facebook 'likes' reveal your true personality
A computer program that analyzes your Facebook "likes" may be a better judge of your personality than your closest friends and family.
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