Science & Technology

Up-to-date coverage of developments in the fields of technology, computing, research and production in Iran, as it continues to progress in scientific endeavours.

Surena - Iranian Android

3rd-generation Iranian android to be unveiled

Sporting various capabilities, the third generation of Iranian android Surena is to be unveiled in the upcoming months.
DNA researchers

Iranian research involving DNA

A look at how Iranian scientists have contributed to global research involving DNA.
Iranian Vice-President Mohammad Shariatmadari

Iran more progressive than neighbors in aerospace industry

Vice-President Mohammad Shariatmadari says he is glad to see Iran is playing a pioneering role in aerospace advancements among neighboring states.
Iran-Satellite

Iran to launch 4 satellites into space soon: ISA official

Iran plans to launch four new satellites with domestically-designed carriers into the space in the near future, the deputy director of Iranian Space Agency (ISA) says.
environment

First e-confab on environment, agroecosystem to be held in December

Tehran to host an e-conference on the environment and agricultural ecosystem later this year.
Iranian apps-Aftabe

Aftabe, an Iranian app downloaded 1.5 million times and counting

Iranian software engineers develop a popular app with a very strange name.
mobile applications

Ironically, Iran sanctions result in a roaring $2 billion trade in apps!

Stores fill the app void left by Google and Apple on the Iranian cell phone market.
Dna 3d

Iranian scientists build biological nano-sensor for early cancer diagnosis

The new cancer-diagnosis sensor developed by Haniyeh Fayazfar is simple, inexpensive and highly sensitive.
Ear Identification Scan

Iranian researcher uses ear for identification at airports, border crossings

Mina Shahriari says the new ear identification technique is precise and easy to use.
Graphite sponge converts Solar Energy into Steam

Iranian scientist’s graphite sponge converts solar energy into steam

An Iranian researcher at MIT develops an inexpensive material which can be used in desalination, hygiene systems, and sterilization.

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