bbc.com. “Female scientists post 'distractingly sexy' photos" - Female scientists have been sharing "distractingly sexy" photos of themselves after a feminist website encouraged them to respond to comments by a Nobel laureate. Nobel Prize winner Tim Hunt was roundly criticised when he detailed his thoughts about the "trouble with girls" at a conference of science journalists. "Three things happen when they are in the lab," he said, "you fall in love with them, they fall in love with you, and when you criticise them they cry."
bbc.com. “Dominique Strauss-Kahn acquitted of 'aggravated pimping" - A French court has acquitted former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn of procuring prostitutes for sex parties in France, Belgium and the US. Mr Strauss-Kahn stood alongside 13 co-defendants, most of whom were also acquitted of "aggravated pimping". He has always denied knowing that some of the women who took part in orgies he attended were prostitutes. Lurid details of the former French presidential hopeful's sex life emerged at hearings in
thediplomat.com. “Can Kazakhstan's Silicon Valley Effort Succeed?" - The country is making a big effort to develop its IT sector. In early June 2015, Kazakhstan news agency Today.kzannounced that information technology giants, General Electric, Samsung, and Microsoft would be among six high-tech companies joining Kazakhstan's much anticipated Science Park Astana Business Campus at Nazarbayev University.
kazinform.kz. “Shigeo Katsu: First graduates of