News file for: Mongolia
The Elsevier Foundation, OWSD and TWAS have opened their call for nominations for the 2014 Elsevier Foundation Awards.
Experts discussed the rising epidemic of obesity at the 19th Asian Pacific Congress of Cardiology in Pattaya, Thailand.
A priceless thousand-year-old Buddhist statue discovered by a Nazi expedition is the first carving of a human in a meteorite.
Opening a new chapter in world space history, China’s Shenzhou-9 spacecraft and its three crew members touched down safely in China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region this morning.
Shenzhou-9 and its three-man crew separated from the Chinese orbiting laboratory, Tiangong-1, on Thursday, and will return to earth around 10 a.m. (Beijing time) on Friday.
A 300-million-year-old tropical forest preserved by volcanic ash in Inner Mongolia, China has been studied and reconstructed in paintings.
Linguists from National Geographic’s Enduring Voices project who are racing to document endangered languages have unveiled an effective new tool: talking dictionaries.
UNICEF reports on a new fundraising initiative called Schools for Asia, to transform children’s lives through education.
Two Mongolian universities and genomics giant BGI jointly announced today the first complete sequencing of the Mongolian genome, using the DNA of a 34th generation descendant of Genghis Khan.
A UNICEF study analyzing child poverty in East Asia and the Pacific has found that over 30 million children were unable to go to school, or access basic health care, safe drinking water, a sanitary toilet or adequate nutrition.