Scientists of Tyumen presented material for road construction in the Arctic

The construction of roads in the harsh Arctic conditions — not an easy task. But scientists from the Tyumen industrial University (TIU), together with colleagues from the Institute of the Earth cryosphere of the Siberian branch of the RAS has created a heat insulating material made from natural raw materials, which will be able to cope with the main problem arising in the construction of roads, — the increase in volume of soil due to freezing of contained moisture.

The fighters with combat lasers will go into service in 2021

New weapon systems for combat aircraft based on lasers have been developed for a long time. Even during the Cold War, the first attempts were made to create such aircraft. But only now, within the framework of the SHIELD (Self-protect High Energy Laser Demonstrator) program, funded by the US Air Force, Lockheed Martin will present the first samples of a powerful and yet compact laser weapon that can be installed on fighter planes by 2021.

Kazakh Scientific Research Institute of Mechanization and Electrification of Agriculture (KazSRIMEA) for stabilization of the frequency and magnitude of the output voltage developed a control system excitation of the generator of

The Kazakh Research Institute of  Mechanization and Electrification of Agriculture has developed a microprocessor control system of management of  the excitation of a micro HPP generator based on an asynchronous machine with a phase rotor, which makes possible to stabilize the frequency and magnitude of the output voltage. Head of the project team of scientists S. A. Keshuov, Doctor of technical sciences.

For the first time in the history of humanity, the source of gravitational waves is localized, astronomical breakthrough bear upon Kazakhstani scientists of Astrophysical Institute named after Fesenkov

According to information disseminated by V.G. Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute, on August 17, 2017, a gravitational signal was recorded. Two seconds after the signal from the space telescope, a gamma flash was detected. Within 10 hours, a telescope in Chile managed to find a source galaxy, after which urgent messages were sent to many observatories of the world. Over the following days, 70 local telescopes monitored the localization of the signal and the source galaxy.

Scientists of the Chemical-Metallurgical Institute named after Zh. Abishev obtained refined ferromanganese no equals anywhere in the world

Within the framework of the project "Development and improvement of the technology for smelting refined ferromanganese grades from Kazakhstan's low-quality manganese raw materials" by the scientists of the Chemical-Metallurgical Institute named after Zh. Abishev developed a technology for smelting refined manganese ferroalloys with aluminum silicothermic method, using aluminum-silicon manganese as a reducing agent.

Research Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics developed and introduced innovative technologies aimed at improving the results of treatment of patients with spinal injuries

The scientists of Research Institute of Traumatology and Orthopedics under the direction of Doctor of Medical Sciences Kh. Mukhamedzhanov, developed and introduced innovational technologies aimed at improving the results of treatment of patients with multiple and combined spinal trauma, their consequences and diseases of the spine.

The Seismology Institute developed the map of common seismic zoning

Seismology Institute scientists under the direction of Doctor of technical sciences T. Abakanov studied the lithosphere of the territory of Kazakhstan. In the framework of study it was developed the map of seismogenerating zones, or regional seismotectonic model of zones of earthquake origin as the basis of common seismic zoning of the republic’s territory.


In the age of information, when volume, flow and access to operational information increases every day, the issue of selection of scientific information, objective, relevant and reliable becomes one of the fundamental for scientists. However, in the vast ocean of scientific information, according to the different estimates of analysts, only 14% of necessary materials for scientific research are in free access, but the bulk, 86% of scientific knowledge is closed and access to it is possible only through the paid subscription.  In order to improve the quality and integration of domestic science into the world scientific community, in 2011 Kazakhstan signed a subscription to the authoritative international databases of Clarivate Analitics (formerly intellectual property and science division of Thomson Reuters) and Springer Nature. The effectiveness of access to these resources, free for domestic scientists, in an interview with K. Akhatova, the head of the department for access to international resources of scientific and technical information of JSC “NCSSTE”.