Stories and articles exploring everything to do with learning, all the way from pre-school to post-doc. This section showcases some of Iran’s cutting-edge discoveries and projects carried out by university researchers.

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Calligraphy Test for Non-Iranian Students

A calligraphy test was recently held in the Iranian city of Qazvin for foreign students at Imam Khomeini International University. See some of the...

New Nanofibers Developed for Treating Damaged Skin

Iranian researchers at Payame Noor University in Tabriz have developed a multicomponent nanofiber at the laboratorial scale that can repair damaged skin, bone and neural tissues.
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Iranian Researchers to Build DBS Electrode to Treat Addiction

Head of Cellular and Molecular Research Center at Iran University of Medical Sciences said a team of researchers are currently working on a project to build Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) electrodes for treating Parkinson’s disease and addictions.

PNU Students Make Gazebo from Recycled Materials

To coincide with World Environment Day, a group of students from Payam-e-Noor University in Birjand, South Khorasan province, have made a gazebo with 3200...

86-Year-Old Iranian Man Receives Master’s Degree

An 86-year-old man earned his master’s degree in educational research from Ajab-Shir Azad University, East Azarbaijan province.

Expats Launch Online Portal on STD Education

A group of 40 Iranian physicians, nurses, and social activists living and studying abroad has recently launched an educational website (under a project named Ctrl+S) which provides information to Iranians in preventing and controlling sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and infections.

Persian Language Promotion in Portugal to Help Diplomatic Ties: Zarif

In a meeting on Saturday May 28 with Portuguese Deputy Foreign Minister George Oliveira in Tehran, Iran’s FM Zarif stressed the role of language education in expanding relations between the two countries.
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Parliament Permits Iran’s State Universities to Open Foreign Branches

Based on a motion passed in a Sunday session of the Iranian parliament, the country’s universities will be able to establish branches in other...

Ayatollah Khamenei Reads English Journals without Farsi Translation: Politician

Mohammad Hossein Saffar Harandi, an Iranian politician who served as the Minister of Culture from 2005 to 2009, says the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, reads English journals directly, without any Farsi translation.

Mehriz to Host International Astronomy Conference

The Governor of Mehriz, Mohammad Rastegari, said that an international conference on astronomy will be held in his town.

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