TÜBİTAK opens programs to reverse brain drain

In a move to strengthen Türkiye's position as an independent and leading country in the field of science, technology and innovation, the applications for programs aimed at encouraging qualified researchers to return to Türkiye from abroad have started.

The 2232-A International Leading Researchers Program and 2232-B International Young Researchers Program 2024, launched by

Search and rescue team succeeds UN program

An all-volunteer Turkish search and rescue team, GEA, has successfully completed a one-week assessment exercise conducted by the United Nations.

Due to this the Turkish team, which is a part of INSARAG, a U.N. network of more than 90 disaster-prone and disaster-responding countries and organizations, since 1999, has now been declared as a "light team quality assurance working group."

Inspiring story of mini-satellite becomes ‘documentary’

The story of Grizu-263A, Turkey's first mini-satellite that was sent into space recently, has been made into a documentary film.

The film tells the story of the production process of the mini satellite, which was launched with the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Space Base in the U.S. on Jan. 13.

Icy water beneath Martian crust proves water existed on Mars: Expert

There is no liquid water on Mars at the moment, but icy and frozen water has been discovered beneath the surface crust, according to a NASA expert.

Speaking to Anadolu Agency, Umut Yıldız said there have been significant developments in Turkey's science facilities recently.

Turkish rap coming out of two Istanbul districts have different themes: Study

An academic study conducted at Boğaziçi University on the popularity of Turkish rap music has found that there are different themes and listening habits in two separate working class areas in Istanbul, the district of Bağcılar and the Sulukule neighborhood of the Fatih district.