Massachusetts Institute of Technology invented a self-regenerating material that feeds on carbon dioxide
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology invented a self-regenerating material that feeds on carbon dioxide

Chemical engineers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have invented a unique material that “feeding”…

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Turkmenistan delegation to attend communications conference in Minsk
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Turkmenistan delegation to attend communications conference in Minsk

Sapar Muradov The 23rd International Scientific and Practical Conference “Modern means of communication” will be…

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“Desirable difficulty” font to help students remember their study notes
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“Desirable difficulty” font to help students remember their study notes

Researchers at the School of Design of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) and…

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Samsung has released a six-camera smartphone
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Samsung has released a six-camera smartphone

Malaysia hosted the presentation of the new Samsung Galaxy A9 – the world’s first smartphone…

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Thales Alenia Space told Turkmen Alem 52° E success-story
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Thales Alenia Space told Turkmen Alem 52° E success-story

World-known manufacturer of information systems, the French company Thales Alenia Space is among the traditional…

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Turkmen application software of International rally Amul – Hazar 2018 to be released
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Turkmen application software of International rally Amul – Hazar 2018 to be released

Altyn ASHYROVA At the Exhibition of Economic Achievements of Turkmenistan, opened today in Ashgabat, the…

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Museums in your smartphone: how technology facilitates access to art
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Museums in your smartphone: how technology facilitates access to art

Altyn Ashirova In the top classical places for visiting travelers always included museums. It is…

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Russian and South Korean genetics attempt to clone a 40,000-year-old foal
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Russian and South Korean genetics attempt to clone a 40,000-year-old foal

In late August, Russian and Japanese archaeologists discovered in Yakutia the 40,000-years-old body of a…

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The electric power landscape of the world: ecological trends
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The electric power landscape of the world: ecological trends

The electric power landscape of the world is significantly transformed under the influence of universally…

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Graphene to help to cope with corrosion in the oil and gas industry
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Graphene to help to cope with corrosion in the oil and gas industry

Researchers at the University of Manchester have found several ways to use graphene to extend…

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