After decades of extensive research, Iran has finally started the mass production of a new herbal drug named “Migraine Cut” for relieving migraine headaches.
Iranian inventor credited with development of Google Glass moves to Amazon.
Iranian-made biopharmaceuticals have managed to replace their American counterparts in Russia and take up the country’s entire medicine market.
Iranian researchers have managed to indigenize and mass produce a series of electronic equipment used in power and petrochemical industries.
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.
An Iranian MP has praised a 25-percent decrease in imports of pharmaceuticals to Iran, saying the country should focus on expanding the export of its homegrown medicine by using the expertise of its elites.
Iranian scientists have managed to design a unique type of smart shoes for changing the walking patterns of patients suffering from diabetes.
Mina Shahriari says the new ear identification technique is precise and easy to use.
A Japanese institute is offering a research course for Iranian Ph.D. students working in the field of artificial intelligence.
The 29th edition of the International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI), an annual international informatics competition for high school students from various countries, has started in the Iranian capital of Tehran.