Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mahmoud Vaezi referred to the recent leakage of personal information belonging to 20 million users of an Iranian cell phone operator, and noted that the database had been leaked out over 2 years ago.
In the field of dental sciences, following Spain and South Korea with more than 400 articles, Iran ranked 12 in the world with over 305 scientific articles in 2015.
Smart phone penetration in Iran has reached %120, insofar as two SIM cards have been issued for every single Iranian national.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has reinstated Iran’s license on two orbital slots, the Deputy Head of the Iranian Space Agency said on Tuesday June 28.
The software’s developer, elaborated on the cuneiform dictionary, saying, “The software is able to decipher and provide translation for the inscriptions which date far back to Achaemenid era into four languages of Persian, Kurdish, English and Arabic.”
Iranian space scientists have concluded research on the conceptual design of a home-grown manned spacecraft together with its carrier rocket, or launch vehicle.
The deputy director of the Iranian Space Agency (ISA) has announced Iran’s ultimate goal as building indigenous satellites parallel to foreign models and placing them into geosynchronous equatorial orbit (GEO) within ten years.
The International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) has ratified Researchers’ Fund of Iran’s Deputy-Ministry for Science and Technology as Iran’s official representative body.
Chairman of University of Sciences and Technology Mohammad Akhbari urged universities to improve their ties with outstanding world scientific circles in a bid to further improve themselves.
A team led by Iranian professor Behrokh Khoshnevis is working on developing robots that will be able to construct buildings in a single day.