YEREVAN (Arka) – This year, the 12th International Microelectronics Olympiad attracted 671 contestants from 24 countries – Argentina, Armenia, Artsakh, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Egypt, Georgia, Germany, Hong Kong, Iran, Jordan, Peru, Philippines, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Thailand, UAE, Ukraine, Uruguay, the United States, and Vietnam. Read more.
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Armenian Engineers and Scientists of America (AESA) started providing lectures at Vanadzor Technology Center (VTC) in Armenia, on September 14th, 2017. Mr. Eddie Atoian, the past President of AESA, a specialist in Electrical & Power Engineering, Bio-Medical Engineering, and Industrial & Commercial Development. He shared his professional expertise in Project Management with students and employees of VTC […]
TSAGHKADZOR, Armenia (RFE/RL) – Armenia’s first-ever major solar power plant went on stream on Friday, September 29 with a senior government official predicting the country’s growing reliance on renewable sources of energy. Read more.
YEREVAN – An Armenian made electric car was presented at the 2017 DigiTec tech expo, which opened earlier in Yerevan. The self-driving, electric powered car was assembled in Armenia by National Instruments and Armenian engineers. Read more.
By: Christine Soussa SAN JOSE, CA – Five girls from the Karbi village in Armenia are finalist in the Global Technovation challenge, an international global organization that promotes girls in STEM. From 3,000 global teams representing 105 countries, 12 final teams were selected in a Global Technovation challenge with the directive to develop an innovative […]
Asadour Tarakchian and his staff from Tutor Doctor presented science experiments at 2017 Summer Camp Zavarian. One of the experiment was a Zip Line challenge where the kids had to think creatively and engineer/fashion a bucket to zip a golf ball down a “zip line.”