Specialists: Information technologies are developing in the region and production is being transferred to automated systems.
The European Union’s "Horizon-2020" program coincides with Kazakhstan’s Development Strategy 2050.
Kazakhstani schoolchildren contribute to the country's innovative development.
Astana hosted a presentation of developments by domestic scientists.
Alternative energy is actively being developed all over the world.
More than 120 developers and designers from all over the country took part in an unusual competition.
A hackathon was held as part of Astana Innovations Challenge.
Participants praised the saving farming system, which is now used in Kazakhstan.
The project is a part of Start Up Kazakhstan program. Investors have been found for 10 projects out of 40.
Nursultan Nazarbayev proposed to create an informal community that will unite the 15 leading OIC countries.
Schoolgirls from Kazakhstan developed an unusual and essential mobile application "QamCare".
Astana hosted a specialized Kazakhstan-Finland forum where representatives of various companies took part.
The uniqueness of Kazakh know-how is in its high power, energy efficiency, and safety.
The project cost is over $500,000.
Doctors of the National Research Cardiac Surgery Center were the first to perform a heart transplant in Central Asia.
Romania has presented its achievements too. The country has presented a special laser that can fight cancer.
Georgian scientists claim that the EXPO 2017 in Kazakhstan is an encyclopedia of alternative energy development.
China focuses on developing green energy and reduction of fossil fuels consumption as it can be seen in their expo pavilion.
Japan celebrated its national day at EXPO 2017. The country famous for innovative technologies showcased its culture too.