Science & Technology

Science & Technology

[:ar][:ar][:fa][:es]Up-to-date coverage of developments in the fields of technology, computing, research and production in Iran, as it continues to progress in scientific endeavours.[:][:][:][:]

Iranian Stargazers Stunned by Supermoon

A bright shining supermoon illuminated the skies around the world on Monday evening, creating a stunning view owing to the moon's closest distance to planet Earth in the past seven decades.

Iran’s Foreign Ministry to Declassify Diplomatic Documents

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says historical documents belonging to 30 years ago and classified documents dating back to 40 years ago will be released gradually.

Official Highlights Iran’s Significant Progress in Export of Pharmaceuticals

A senior Iranian official referred to the country’s great progress in the export of different types of medicine, and highlighted the government’s measures to help knowledge-based companies.

Supermoon 2016: Once in a Lifetime Sight to Be Brightest in Almost 70 Years...

On Monday night, the moon will be the closest to Earth than it has been since 1948, making for an extraordinary spectacle.

Korea to Construct Neuroscience Hospital in Tehran

An investment group from South Korea has allocated $400m to building an international neuroscience hospital in the Iranian capital city of Tehran.

Iranian Researchers Produce Edible Nano Packaging

Iranian researchers at University of Tehran have developed a kind of nano packaging that is both edible and highly biodegradable.

Early Human Shows Signs of Right-Handedness

A new research says the cut marks on teeth suggest human evolution developed handedness 1.8 million years ago.

Russia Moves Million-Ton Iceberg

Rosneft and its research partners have practiced towing icebergs, including one estimated to weigh a million ton.

Iran’s Coastal Waters New Home to Rarely Seen Venomous Sea Snake

Günther's sea snake, a rarely seen venomous sea snake with distribution thought to stretch from the Malay Peninsula to Pakistan, has now been recorded from Iranian coastal waters off the western Gulf of Oman.

Poland Builds Solar-Powered Bike Path that Glows a Ghostly Blue

Poland—home to some of the most bike-friendly cities in the world—unveiled a gorgeous, glowing bike path near Lidzbark Warminski in the Mazury region last week to help night-time cyclists get from A to B.

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