Hamidreza Chabok, an Iranian scientist in the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has managed to treat prostate and uterus cancers with greater certainty and success rates using ultrasound technology.
The possession of easy to remember phone numbers has become a game for Iranian aristocrats who are ready to pay thousands of dollars to have them.
The newly-developed drug can help a high percentage of patients with Philadelphia chromosome-positive leukemia who have developed resistance to available medication.
Dr. Jafari is mainly working on condensed matter, and his research focuses on investigating the electronic structures of advanced materials and strong and irregular electronic systems.
The meteorite which weighs 17 kg was discovered during a desert expedition in 2013.
Tehran Municipality held an exhibition of motorbikes, the first step in broader plans to help the capital breathe cleaner air.
A knowledge-based project to produce the drugs required by haemophilic patients is underway thanks to the 3-million-dollar funds provided by Astan Quds Razavi.
Distinguished German-Iranian neurosurgeon and medical scientist, Professor Majid Samii was awarded the Serbian national Medal of Merit, called the Golden Medal of Merit, by Serbian President, Tomislav Nikolić.
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.
Iran says it has indigenized flight simulator technology and has acquired the knowhow to build unmanned helicopters.