Turkey is looking to invest in future professions with universities opening new departments, from artificial intelligence (AI) engineering to hybrid car technologies.
American Astronautical Society (AAS) with the collaboration of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) organized the world's most prestigious model satellite competition where Turkish universities dominated.
The 3rd Balfolk Istanbul Festival took place with two days of dance, music and fun.
Turkey’s youth and sports minister attended the European Sports and Culture Festival (ASKFEST), which kicked off on June 28 in Germany’s northwestern city of Hamm.
A South African cyclist has arrived in Istanbul from London to raise global awareness of autism, after covering 8,800 kilometers by bike.
Excavations in the ancient city of Prusias ad Hypium in the northwestern province of Düzce and at an 8th century Genoese Castle on the UNESCO World Heritage Temporary List are expected to unravel more of the history of the region and attract tourists.
The Rahmi M. Koç Müzesi, part of the Rahmi M. Koç Museology and Culture Foundation, is a private non-profit institution dedicated to the collecting, housing, researching, preserving and exhibiting of industrial and engineering objects and their documentation from all countries and periods up to the present day.
Tourism and Turkey are two words that go together so well. So when they are mentioned, one might think about the country's countless blue-flagged beaches and ancient sites,
On June 23, Ekrem İmamoğlu is re-elected with a big margin of victory, after rerun polls and got his certificate on June 27 for the second time this year from Ali Yerlikaya, the governor of the Istanbul province who has served as acting mayor, between two polls.
Turkey's Maarif Foundation is currently educating 30,000 students in 35 different countries around the world.