In a ceremony attended by President Hassan Rouhani in Tehran on Sunday, Iran marked the National Nuclear Technology Day by unveiling a series of new achievements.
Iranian government has prepared the ground for Iranian researchers and experimentalists to use the facilities of Spain’s ALBA Synchrotron, particularly its synchrotron [accelerator].
A report shows that the Islamic Republic of Iran ranks among the world’s top countries in giving emergency and organized response to natural disasters as well as in terms of achieving substantial progress in different disciplines, sciences and sectors.
An Iranian Science Ministry official announced that the Islamic Republic aims to produce 50% of its goods using knowledge-based methods by 2025.
In a joint research project between the universities of Kerman in Iran and the Urals in Russia, a team of scientists headed to the Lut Desert to collect fragments of meteorite-like material, situated at the empty site.
Iranian scientists at the University of Tehran have built an anti-pollution mask with an efficiency of 99%.
An Iranian science official says the country’s Vice Presidency for Science and Technology Affairs supports Iranian inventors who seek to obtain patent protection for their inventions and innovations from international centres and commercialize them.
The preliminary design of a solar car named 'Sepehr' (Sky) will be unveiled at the Mechanical Engineering Faculty of Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST) this week.
Iran’s first hydrographic and oceanographic survey ship called Persian Gulf Explorer was launched after being delivered to National Institute for Oceanography and Atmospheric Science.
The popular messaging application Telegram has declared that it blocks more than 2,000 Telegram channels affiliated with the ISIS terrorist group each month.