The work of recycling resources goes full steam ahead amid nationwide concern in the DPRK.
New brewery in the northernmost area of the country inaugurated on Sunday
Scientists at the State Academy of Sciences are making remarkable breakthroughs to use local resources to overcome any material shortcomings.
The Chollima Steel Complex is boosting steel production through numerous technical upgrades to production processes.
The Kim Jong Thae Electric Locomotive Complex is the DPRK’s leading locomotive manufacturing base, and is now making huge technological leaps.
The Myohyangsan Medical Appliances Factory began operation in October after its reconstruction to play a leading role in the medical appliance industry.
Researcher Kim Sang Ryon is remembered in the DPRK for having dedicated half a century to developing high-yielding crops.
New program helps put the health management of mothers and children on a higher scientific footing.
Sariwon University of Geology plays a leading educational role in the geological prospecting field of the country.
The Machine Designing Institute of Pyongyang University of Mechanical Engineering is making achievements in localizing advanced production equipment.
The Rason Breed-Fish Station is making big contributions towards enriching the people’s dietary life in North Hamgyong Province.
The Pyongyang Vegetable Science Institute is actively researching new breeds of vegetables with higher yields and nutritive values.
The workers of the Educational Books Printing Factory are striving to produce quality books for Korea’s schoolchildren and students.
The Ryongsong District Forestry Management Station is working to greet the 8th Party Congress with major afforestation successes.
The Meteorological Information Centre is now providing real-time meteorological information for disasters, agriculture, traffic, and tourism.
Workers in the DPRK are increasingly grasping that every piece of scrap reused in production makes a contribution to the nation’s material wealth.
Students in the DPRK can now study at the country’s top universities and colleges through their computers, cell phones, tablets, and televisions.
The Tanchon Smeltery is achieving remarkable successes in its efforts to develop the nonferrous metal industry and increase production.
Workers of the Pyongyang Construction Machine Factory are aiming to increase production 1.5 times over last year while also raising quality and efficiency.
The Jongsong General Pharmaceutical Factory makes over 280 kinds of medicines and is endeavoring to increase their production.
Korean Ox is being more widely propagated in the DPRK where much research is made into its genetics and breeding improved species of oxen.
The information services of the Grand People’s Study House and the Sci-Tech Complex are helping people resolve countless sci-tech problems encountered by units.
Researchers in the DPRK are working hard to stock seas with countless fry to increase aquatic resources.
The Pyongyang Mobile Telecommunications Bureau is directing efforts to enhancing the efficiency of solar panels.
Researchers at the Pyongyang University of Architecture are closely following world trends in creating net-zero energy buildings.