On Wednesday, Iran’s defence minister unveiled three of the latest technological achievements made by local experts, including the transmitter of an indigenous positioning and navigation system that could be a substitute for the Global Positioning System (GPS).
Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Chief Ali Akbar Salehi stressed that Tehran’s nuclear industry has yet to reach a commercial level, but even its current status surprises other countries.
We should shed our passivity in cyberspace by tapping into the potential of young talents and taking wise measures, Ayatollah Khamenei noted.
Head of Iranian Space Organization Mohsen Bahrami said that the country would launch at least one satellite in the current Iranian calendar year (started March 21, 2016).
Based on a proposal by Professor Majid Samii, the world’s largest brain and neuro logy research centre is being constructed in the Iranian capital, under...
Saeid Sarkar announced that the country’s scientific ranking has improved this year to 6th, overtaking Japan, and now places Iran behind China, the US, India, S Korea and Germany.
The new application is capable of accurately detecting pathogens from plasma and the results can be transmitted to anywhere throughout the world.
An automated car will temporarily take over from a distracted driver, and pull over and park or head home if someone is unfit to drive, the researcher working on the project predicted.
Russian state nuclear energy corporation Rosatom announced that Tehran and Moscow have agreed to convert Fordow nuclear facility into a research center for producing heavy isotopes.
Tehran Municipality held an exhibition of motorbikes, the first step in broader plans to help the capital breathe cleaner air.