199 captures
25 Dec 2011 - 13 Jul 2017
About this capture
Tuesday, 28 August, 2012, 6:37 ( 4:37 GMT )
520-day flight simulation nears 'landing' on Mars
After 233 days in a locked steel capsule, six researchers on a 520-day mock flight to Mars are all feeling strong and ready to "land" on the Red Planet, the mission director said Friday.
Saudi firm to build $100m hotel in Mozambique
Saudi Arabia's Rani Investment Group said on Monday it would break ground on a $100m resort on a Mozambique island next year, aiming to cash in on foreign tourists.
Turkey's GDP Reaches $618 Billion in 2009
Turkey's GDP shot up from $220 billion in 2002 to $618 billion in 2009, the world's 17th largest nominal gross domestic product, and now is a member of the G-20 group.
Kuwaiti Young Innovator Wins $300,000 Award
Kuwaiti candidate Sadek Qassim, 26, was declared winner of the second season of "Stars of Science", the Pan Arab innovation contest initiated by Qatar Foundation for Education Science and Community Development, on the occasion of a live finale broadcast on Sunday November 28 across the Arab world.
‘Stars of Science’: Five candidates reach the semi-finals
The stimulating "Design" phase of "Stars of Science", the Pan-Arab TV innovation contest initiated by Qatar Foundation for Education Science and Community Development, concluded during the sixth prime-time episode of the program, broadcast on Sunday, November 14.
Scientists claim breakthrough in antimatter hunt
Scientists claimed a breakthrough Thursday toward solving one of the biggest riddles of physics, trapping an "anti-atom" for the first time in a quest to understand what happened to all the antimatter that has vanished since the Big Bang.
1001 Inventions: The contributions of Islamic civilization to the history of science
For generations, the lore of "One Thousand and One Nights" helped shape Western notions about Muslim culture. The collection of tales described an exotic world of harems and flying carpets, Sinbad and monsters, Aladdin and the jinn, Ali Baba and the 40 thieves.
Cloned cattle investigation stirs row in Britain
Britain faced fresh questions over its food standards regime on Thursday after it emerged that meat from two offspring of a cloned cow had entered the food chain.
Synthetic Life May Reveal Origins of Natural Life
After he announced the creation of the first organism with a fully synthetic genome last Thursday, Craig Venter, founder of the genomics research institute that bears his name, went on to talk about how this breakthrough will benefit industries like pharmaceuticals, energy and materials.
US-Russian duo returns to Earth from space station
A Russian Soyuz space capsule carrying a U.S. astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut from the International Space Station landed safely in Kazakhstan on Thursday.
Mind-reading computers turn heads at high-tech fair
Devices allowing people to write letters or play pinball using just the power of their brains have become a major draw at the world's biggest high-tech fair.
View Archived Articles
 More Stories 
 520-day flight simulation nears 'landing' on Mars 
 Saudi firm to build $100m hotel in Mozambique 
 Turkey's GDP Reaches $618 Billion in 2009 
 Kuwaiti Young Innovator Wins $300,000 Award 
 ‘Stars of Science’: Five candidates reach the semi-finals 
 Opinion: Libya: Advice to Gaddafi Loyalists - by S.R.H. Hasmi 
 Opinion: The Missing Option to Defuse Iran Threat - by Nicola Nasser 
 Opinion: Only Way for Libya Now is Forward – by Muftah Al-Mabrouk 
 Opinion: The Children Are Still Dying: Violence is Not News - by Ramzy Baroud 
 Opinion: Eccentric Gaddafi or Eccentric Green? - by Hussain Abdulrazzaq Kreiba 
libya  elections in libya   libya elections   vote in libya   tripoli news   tripoli libya   tripoli   libya ntc   benghazi   zliten   misrata   zintan   libyan civil war   libyan culture
Home | News | Business | Arts - Culture | Sports | Tourism | Editorial OP-ED | Classifieds | Advertising | Sitemap
To the Editor | Reader Opinion | Contact Us | About Us
© 2012 - The Tripoli Post
HomeNewsBusinessPress Releases Arts/CultureHealthSportsTourismTechnologyScienceBook ReviewsClassifiedsEditorial/OP-EDJobs & Tenders The BifocalAdvertisingContact EditorReader's OpinionAbout UsContact UsFront Page Download Archived Issues