A team from the NSU New Archeology Center together with the Institute of Archeology and Ethnography SB RAS, are exploring Eshme-Too, a mountain range in south-west Kyrgyzstan. This area has revealed dozens of archaeological sites
A team from NSU’s New Archeology Center, together with the Institute of Archeology and Ethnography SB RAS and the National University of Kyrgyzstan, are exploring key monuments in Central Asia: monuments at the Eshme-Too range, the groves of Obishir-1-5 and the Sel-Ungur Cave
During an annual summer field archaeological dig in the southern Krasnoyarsk Territory and Khakassia, employees at the NSU Humanitarian Research Laboratory discovered an artifact previously unknown to science
A team from the "New Archeology" Scientific and Educational Center, together with geophysicists from the NSU Geological and Geophysics Department, and the Institute of Oil and Gas Geology and Geophysics SB RAS will apply a new approach to the study of caves in Central Asia
Specialists from the Institute of Archeology and Ethnography SB RAS, under the direction of Evgeny Bogdanov, Candidate of Historical Sciences and NSU graduate, investigated the Kurayka burial ground of (II-V centuries AD) in the Kosh-Agach region of the Altai Republic. The group included student historians, who had practical experience on archeological digs
The French National Museum of Primitive History hosted an open lecture by NSU archaeologist Lidia Zotkina titled, "Stone Chronicles. Rock art of Khakassia (Southern Siberia). "
For the first-time researchers have extracted the DNA of the Denisovan and Neanderthals not from bones, but from sediment in caves
Scientists have found traces of three ancient earthquakes in the Altai. Their power was no less than the 2003 Chui earthquake.
«Nauka-Oriental literature» Publishing House has released the first volume of an anthology on Chinese history «Earliest and Ancient History of China (based on archaeological data)
Archaeologists from Novosibirsk report finding rare rock art left by ancient people in Eastern Transbaikalia. The age of the petroglyph is evaluated about 4 000 years old