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.
Iran’s representatives at the recent World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) briefed the participants on the latest achievements of Iran’s information technology, including moves to develop Persian language software infrastructure and a national e-mail service.
An Iranian company has unveiled the country’s first generation of biodegradable engine oils.
Researchers at Sharif University of Technology have optimized bio solar cells with the help of a kind of protein found in jellyfish at a laboratorial scale, in order to replace the older generations of solar cells.
Production of alloys with high strength and reduction in production costs and energy consumption are some of the advantages of the new method.
Dr. Khoshnevis who is a Sharif Poly Technique University graduate, is well-known worldwide for his newly-developed three-dimensional building printing system.
An official with Iran Urban Economics Scientific Association (IUESA) said the association plans to use modern countries’ anti-seismic technology to protect the Iranian capital.
Prior to the manned mission, two dummies and a monkey will be launched into space as part of an experimental project.
Iran and Russia are to ink about 10 cooperation agreements, said Sorena Sattari, who is on a visit to Moscow.
At Dr. Mina Izadyar Scientific Festival, efforts of a number of Zoroastrian elites have been appreciated.