Vladimir Putin signed Executive Order On Awarding the Russian Federation President’s Prize in Science and Innovation for Young Scientists for 2012.
London – 4 February 2013 – Continuous cuts in defence budgets in the United States and Europe impel the defence industry and investment society to look for new promising markets. Turkey’s rising ventures beyond its borders serves as a connection to potentially lucrative new regions, and also the country itself should be considered when planning long term investments. Turkey’s economy is remarkably stable compared to its neighbours in the Euro Zone and Middle East, which has been an important feature to attract foreign investors.
Legislation and standardisation are set to catalyse the advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) market in Europe. Market participants are working towards standardisation and fulfilling regulatory requirements for the development of smart meters and AMI to begin mass rollouts.
A new piece of malware has been uncovered by Russian computer security firm Kaspersky which has been stealing data from high-level government and scientific computers and phones for the last five years, completely undetected. And it's still going.
People in Russia sure love Steve Jobs. In the city of St. Petersburg Russia, a monument was unveiled that memorialize the world’s most beloved CEO, Steve Jobs. Thanks to the Progress IT Fund and the design idea from St. Petersburg native Gleb Tarosov, the memorial stands as a reminder of the innovative advancements in technology Jobs brought to the world.
Russia will start building two new radar stations in east Siberia's Krasnoyarsk Territory and in the south Siberian Altai Republic in 2013, Russia’s deputy defense minister said on Thursday.