Transport Minister Maxim Sokolov said that Russia is resuming the construction of a high-speed hydrofoil craft of the Kometa type and will be ready to export the vessel.
Scientists at the Institute of Chemical Technologies at the Siberian State Aerospace University (SibSAU) developed a unique sorbent for the removal of oil spills, which is 10 times more effective than its existing analogs.
A silicic cutter and a scraper were found in Moscow during an urban renovation project believed to date back around 7,000–9,000 years, which makes them some of the city’s oldest artifacts to date.
Vladimir Putin's main office in the Kremlin has been seen by many journalists and ordinary people, as this is where the president's working meetings take place. However, the crew of US film director Oliver Stone, who worked on a documentary about the Russian leader, was given access to Putin's secret room where no journalist has ever been before.
Russian submarines have always been a force to be reckoned with. Zvezda TV has put together a list of Russia’s five most powerful and best armed submarines.
Russia successfully carried out on Friday the launch of an interceptor missile developed to improve the capabilities of the country's missile defense network, the Defense Ministry said.
Russia's largest bank, Sberbank, has successfully tested technology allowing clients to have cash delivered by drones, the bank’s first deputy chairman Lev Khasis told Sputnik.
The new Alexandrit-class (Project 12700) Ivan Antonov minesweeper for the Russian Navy is planned to be launched in 2018, the shipbuilder reported Friday.
The Russian Defense Ministry regularly briefs President Vladimir Putin on military matters, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Friday in wake of the unconfirmed killing of Daesh leader by the Russian military.
During Thursday's live call-in show that lasted almost four hours, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin outlined Russia’s foreign policy priorities.
Moscow Aviation Institute university has developed and firing helicopter drone, a Russian defense industry source told Sputnik on Friday.
Russian Rostec expects to sign a general contract on the development of a heavy-lift helicopter with the Chinese counterparts.
Vladimir Putin said that the United States always interfered in Russian elections, doing so especially aggressively in 2012.
The first among a series of psychological experiments designed to look into problems that might arise in a mixed crew on its way to Mars will start at the Institute of Biomedical Problems of the Russian Academy of Science.
A Long Island, New York, town is ending its longstanding practice of allowing Russian diplomats to access its beaches on South Oyster Bay for free. Official delegates from Moscow and their families will now pay up like everyone else.
Bloggers wanted! The Russian Federal Agency for Tourism (Rosturism) has announced it is recruiting a team of bloggers who will receive the unique opportunity to explore the wonders of Siberia for free.
President Putin has wrapped up his 15th annual Q&A session. This year it lasted four hours and he answered 73 questions. As usual, the most commonly-asked questions dealt with social issues, however there were many interesting ones regarding Russia's international relations policy and, of course, some about the President's personal life.
Vladimir Putin said the biggest fish he has caught weighed 20 kilograms (44 pounds).
Vladimir Putin outlined his criteria for the strength of a leader. Handshake habits have nothing to do with it.
Chairman of the Federation Council's Committee on Defense and Security said that Russia may deploy new radar station in Arctic.
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