When Apple's smartphone went on sale on June 29, 2007, the world was dominated by flip phones and Blackberrys with tiny keyboards.
The country is one of the global leaders in use of alternative energy.
The first domestic electric buses which have become a part of urban transportation in Astana are gradually earning popularity.
The technologies that turn agriculture and its waste into future energy can utilize everything from rice husks to sawdust.
A student project in the field of rational use of water resources has won the Holland Innovation Challenge.
The Silicon Valley corner has been opened at the EXPO 2017. Here, leading companies are showcasing their startups.
The United Kingdom is one of the major participants of the expo.
The Astana EXPO 2017 site hosted discussion of the latest trends of low-carbon development.
Household waste, the interior of the house and the forest moss generate electricity.
The audience saw a striking number of waist-drum passion which is a dance with fans that symbolizes amity of Chinese.
Astana Expo 2017 has an Energy Best Practices Area on its territory.
The world leader in renewables, Austria has presented one of the most creative pavilions at Astana EXPO 2017.
As part of Astana EXPO 2017 they visited the country’s largest wind farm, Ereymentau.
Ukraine opened its National day at Astana EXPO 2017 in a non-conventional way by showcasing a rock concert with national motives.
he unique complex is located in the center of the expo and represents a ball with a diameter of 80 meters.
Russian pavilion hosted an international conference in which leading experts from Kazakhstan, Russia, China, the UK took part.
France has one of the largest pavilions at Astana EXPO 2017.
Electric power from solar energy, wind and biomass: Israel showcased its green energy developments at Astana EXPO 2017.
New green technologies presented at the Astana EXPO 2017 are fascinating and futuristic.
Unique fuel is obtained through the heat treatment of ordinary coal.