From technological innovations, scientific breakthroughs and new developments in the IT sector, Sputnik gives you a review of Russia's non-oil and gas exports.
Russia's company Technoros is developing innovative technologies for mining enterprises. The company's complexes are expected to become yet another Russian non-resource export product. One of the first countries to demonstrate its interest in the new systems was Iran, Technoros' general director, Igor Katser, told Sputnik.
The Russian-Czech trade turnover has been recovering since the second half of 2016.
Russia might increase exports of agricultural products to the Gulf states, North Africa and the Middle East by more than $1 billion in 2017, the Russian Ministry of Agriculture said in a statement on Wednesday.
Russia has always taken pride in its powerful, reliable and efficient tanks, which still remain an armored vehicle of choice for many countries. All this can be said about the Kirovets tractor, widely touted as a Russian civil tank.
A unique 3D-printed Russian satellite is expected to be put into orbit from the International Space Station next year.
Sputnik Brazil has asked representatives of Russia’s space agency Roscosmos to say a few words about the Russian orbital constellation of remote Earth sensing satellites.
Entensys Corporation, a resident company of Russia's Skolkovo Foundation, was recognized as one of the top five best network security solutions according to Secure Computing Magazine.
Russian researchers are working on creating more biologically-compatible implants that either utilize or are manufactured entirely out of biodegradable materials that will help to heal fractured bones more efficiently, Roman Surmenev, who heads the Center of Technology at Tomsk Polytechnic University told Sputnik.
The invention of the microscope was a game-changer in early modern science and continues to play a crucial role. Many fields of contemporary research including nanotechnologies could not exist but for the microscope. That is why microscopy continuously upgrades its methods and technologies.
While it may not have crossed your mind whether you look more like Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, if you ever get the inclination to find out then Russian start-up NTechLab will tell you, and all you have to do is submit a single photo.
Don’t try to play hide-and-seek with this supercool technology: you will definitely lose the game. The world's most accurate face recognition technology launched by Russian start-up NTechLab in early 2016 now enters the international market and is ready to take over the world.