Science and Technology
The last terrorists attacks in Britain are serious threats to the security in Europe.
The third annual meeting of the South Eastern European Dialogue on Internet Governance (SEEDIG) takes place Thursday in Ohrid.
The possible existence of an alien megastructure orbiting a mysterious star in the Milky Way is one of the more far fetched theories banded about by imaginative stargazers — but it’s not going away.
A massive ransomware campaign appears to have infected a number of organisations around the world, BBC reported.
CareerLaunch information technology employment fair opens on Friday at the St.
On Wednesday President Gjorge Ivanov presented the award 2016 Best Young Scientist to Hristijan Gjoreski for his achievements in the field of artificial intelligence.
The fifth edition of global NASA Space Apps Challenge will be held April 29 and 30 in Skopje in organisation of the New Man’s Business Accelerator under the auspices of President Gjorge Ivanov.
Google is changing the way its core search engine works to help stop the spread of fake news and hate speech, the BBC reported.
Peggy Whitson has broken the record for most days in space by a US astronaut, the BBC reported.
Thousands of people are expected to attend March for Science events around the world to promote the understanding of science and defend it from various attacks, including US government budget cuts, ABC News reported.
Scientists have come up with a novel idea to unlock the mysteries of the life of whales in Antarctica.
A large asteroid the size of the Rock of Gibraltar has passed safely by Earth, the BBC reported.
Information technology students can attend the Contact 2017 job and internship fair that opens on Wednesday at the FINKI FEIT information technology faculties.
One of the founding fathers of the internet, Robert Taylor, has died, the BBC reported.
A team of researchers at an Israeli university has successfully tested a technology using fluorescent bacteria and lasers that could become a safer system for detecting buried landmines.
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