Just 200 kilometers from Moscow is the Kaluga Region, the center of Russian science and industry. The country's largest scientific research complex develops hi-tech advances in engineering and electronics.
July 23 marks the final day of an international AIDS conference where scientists from around the world have worked to fight and cure the disease. At the same time some continue to deny the conventional wisdom about AIDS.
A leading Russian firm specializing in automated probes is preparing a mission to Venus. Planned for 2016, its mission is to study the planet’s turbulent atmosphere and surface, and find out why it has no water.
With science and technology making constant advances, some Russians believe eternal life is not such a distant reality after all – and they are ready to wait as long as it takes, even after their death.
The Democratic Party in the US Senate was forced to kill potential clean energy legislation because there were not enough votes for it to pass. The only changes that will remain are restrictions on offshore drilling.