Iran has put on display its latest achievements in the area of space technology during a ceremony attended by President Hassan Rouhani and other senior officials.
Iranian researchers and scientists have put on display the world’s first ever herbal medicine to cure Alzheimer’s or stop it from progressing through alleviating its symptoms such as memory loss and confusion.
A child has been born in an Iranian hospital after 14 years of cryopreservation, the process of preserving an embryo at sub-zero temperatures.
The Iranian Space Agency and Iran’s Space Research Centre have signed a contract to jointly design and build a communications satellite to be named Nahid II (Venus II).
An Iranian lawmaker slammed the country’s failure to launch a blood refinery, saying Iran should not import expensive blood-based drugs while it is capable to produce them.
Iranian scientists have produced a new type of medicine for treatment of cardiovascular diseases using flaxseeds.
In a decade, the majority of Iranian real-estate deals will take place through the Internet, the head of Tehran Association of Realtors said.
The first Tehran Game Conference will be held April 29-30 under the auspices of the Iran Computer and Video Games Foundation in collaboration with the US deal making event for the video games industry known as Game Connection.
The Iranian Parliament authorized the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology to increase the country’s bandwidth by 30 terabytes per second during the Sixth Five-Year Economic Development Plan (2016-21).
Iran and Azerbaijan will establish a joint pharmaceutical plant in a ceremony due to be held on Monday.