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NASA’s Ingenuity Helicopter Take Its First Flight On Mars

The small rotorcraft made history, hovering above Jezero Crater, demonstrating that powered, controlled flight on another planet is possible. Monday, NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter became...

NASA Awarded Space X a $2.9 Billion Contract To Build A Spacecraft To Bring Astronauts To The Moon In 2024

NASA awarded billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk's space company SpaceX a $2.9 billion contract to build a spacecraft to bring astronauts to the moon as...

Scientists Create Early Embryos That Are Part Human, Part Monkey

For the first time, scientists have created embryos that are a mix of human and monkey cells. The embryos,...

NFT Digital Artwork By Humanoid Robot Sophia Up For Auction

Robot artist Sophia, whose first artwork goes up for auction on Wednesday, says she draws inspiration for her...

China’s First Mars Mission Successfully Enters Orbit Around Red Plane

China has joined the ranks of the Mars-exploring nations. The nation's first fully homegrown Mars mission, Tianwen-1, arrived in orbit...

Meet The People Paying A $55 Million To Fly On The First Private Mission To The Space Station

Sometime in 2022, Axiom Space hopes to send the first flight of private citizens to the International Space Station —...

Mars Economy Will Run On Cryptocurrency

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has said any future economy on Mars could be cryptocurrency based. The tech billionaire, who is one...

NASA Scientists Achieve Long-Distance ‘Quantum Teleportation’

For the first time, a team of scientists and researchers have achieved sustained, high-fidelity ‘quantum teleportation’ — the...

Inside Chernobyl: Elios 2 Drone Sent Into Reactor On Inspection Mission

Researchers at Chernobyl used the Elios 2 to determine that no nuclear waste was present in Reactor Five...

Astronomers Have Discovered The Most Inhospitable ‘Hell’ Planet Ever That Rains Rocks

Astronomers have discovered the most inhospitable 'hell' planet ever that rains rocks with 60-mile-deep lava seas and winds...

Man, Scientist, Patriot Mihajlo Pupin (1854 – 1935)

Together with Nikola Tesla and Milutin Milanković, Mihajlo Pupin is the third scientist of Serbian origin born in...

There Is Water On The Moon

NASA has confirmed, for the first time, that there is water on the sunlit surface of the moon. The...

Days Of The Joint Institute For Nuclear Research Held In Serbia

Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Serbian Academy of Sciences and...

Science & Technology

Indian By Design

Several studies have shown how customisability is a strong requirement for the Indian consumer, and even international players...

Innovation

Armed With Navic, India Asserts Self-reliance!

Developments in India’s aerospace has not only proven the country’s mettle in scientific research, but also ensured the...

Nebojša Nešković, Scientist

The Tougher Road To Traverse

A son of celebrity parents who was a musician in his youth, a successful scientist and Secretary General...

Switzerland supports Serbia’s education and science development

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said in Bern that Serbia and Switzerland have good cooperation, which has been particularly...

Young Serbian Chemists Second In The World

Young Serbian chemists have achieved great results at the International Chemistry Tournament (IChTo), held 20-25 August 2019 at...

Serbia Becomes a Full Member of CERN

European Scientific Elite

This year was marked on the international scientific front by the admission of Serbia as a full member...

Gordana Popović, Panel Coordinator, ERC, EC

Serbian Researchers Should Be More Visible

The European Research Council funds excellent scientists and their most creative ideas support cutting-edge research in all fields and help Europe to attract and retain the best researchers of any nationality. Despite their potential, there still aren’t many Serbian researchers applying to this exciting programme

Stevo Todorčević, Mathematician

Live For The Spark Of Discovery

Stevo Todorčević is reputed to be one of the world’s greatest authorities in some areas of mathematics Stevo Todorčević,...

Miodrag Stojković, Professor Medical Faculty in Kragujevac, writer

Legacy Over Creativity

A respected and recognised geneticist, a pioneer in many scientific disciplines, including the isolation, growth and differentiation of...

Jelena Kovačević, Professor, Dean Of NYU Tandon School Of Engineering

Math Impacts Lives

From the neighbourhoods of Belgrade and a childhood love for puzzles and patterns, via Master and PhD degrees...

Economists vs. Scientists On Long-Term Growth

Artificial intelligence researchers and conventional economists may have very different views about the impact of new technologies. But right now, and forgetting the possibility of an existential battle between man and machine, it seems quite plausible to expect a significant pickup in productivity growth over the next five years.

Srđan Ognjanović, Dean Of Mathematical High School Belgrade

Mathematics Is Poetry, Not The Boogy Man

Half a Century of the Mathematical High School in Belgrade This is an elite school because its pupils acquire...

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Europe Day Celebration

On the occasion of May 9, Europe Day, as every year for the last two decades, the Delegation of...

Prime Minister Edi Rama Wins Third Mandate In Albanian Elections

Albania’s ruling Socialist Party (SP), led by Prime Minister Edi Rama, has won Sunday’s election with 48% of the...

Kyungshin Cable Opens Factory In Smederevska Palanka

The Korean company Kyungshin Cable held a grand opening ceremony for its production plant where it will produce battery...

New Project To Support Innovation Driven Economy In Serbia

Serbia Innovates will create the first Serbian Supercluster to bolster country’s competitive advantages on international markets ICT Hub, as a...

Von der Leyen And Borrell Call For Rule Of Law Reforms In Serbia During Vučić’s Brussels Visit

President of European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and High Representative of the EU Josep Borrell called for positive...