Iranian scientists have managed to design a unique type of smart shoes for changing the walking patterns of patients suffering from diabetes.
Iran and Hungary have signed memoranda of understanding (MoU) on research, educational and scientific cooperation.
Iran’s Avicenna Fertility Clinic has established an embryo bank to ensure the safety of embryo donation and accelerate the process to help infertile Iranian couples.
A new car fueling system has been launched in Iran based on which the car owners order fuel using a mobile application and receive it wherever they are.
The first smart hospital of Iran has been opened in the city of Orumiyeh (also known as Urmia) in the northwestern province of West Azarbaijan.
An Iranian university student has developed an apparatus named “Kerato-Removal” used to treat and heal diabetic wounds.
Four Iranian nanotechnology firms showcased their achievements in the seventeenth edition of the world’s largest nanotechnology exhibition held in Japan earlier this week.
The Central Bank of Iran says it has never recognized bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as official currency within the boundaries of the Islamic Republic and conducts no transactions in them.
An Iranian minister has highlighted the necessity of using locally-developed messengers, setting rules for using the cyberspace and making operating systems for children’s mobile phones.
Three Iranian-made satellites are waiting their turn to be put into orbit, and a fourth one is ready for launch, Iran’s ICT minister says.