A group of Iranian scientists have invented a robot that can extinguish fires of up to 1000 Celsius degrees while it is engulfed in flames.
Iran’s Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi has congratulated the Iranian netizens on a boost in the share of Farsi contents on the Internet.
While there are reports that a decision has been made by Iran’s Supreme Council of Cyberspace to permanently ban the popular messaging app Telegram, the Council has kept denying such allegations.
An Iranian official says the key disadvantage of the Iran nuclear deal is that it allows for “a scientific area that is off limits.”
After decades of extensive research, Iran has finally started the mass production of a new herbal drug named “Migraine Cut” for relieving migraine headaches.
Telegram, the most popular messaging app in Iran, experienced some problems on Monday February 5, but the messenger is now back, relieving millions of its Iranian users.
Iranian scientists have managed to design a unique type of smart shoes for changing the walking patterns of patients suffering from diabetes.
Iran and Hungary have signed memoranda of understanding (MoU) on research, educational and scientific cooperation.
Iran’s Avicenna Fertility Clinic has established an embryo bank to ensure the safety of embryo donation and accelerate the process to help infertile Iranian couples.
A new car fueling system has been launched in Iran based on which the car owners order fuel using a mobile application and receive it wherever they are.