A report presented in a meeting of Islamic ministers of educations in Morocco, shows that Iran ranks first among 57 Islamic countries in terms of science and research.
Dr. Khoshnevis who is a Sharif Poly Technique University graduate, is well-known worldwide for his newly-developed three-dimensional building printing system.
Almost a dozen areas across Iran are suitable for generation of geothermal energy.
Over 350 Iranian research centers from different science and technology parks and knowledge-based firms presented their latest achievements in a Tehran exhibition.
The product can be used as an insulated composite in railroad and also in missiles and spacecraft which need high resistance in harsh weather conditions.
Tehran Municipality held an exhibition of motorbikes, the first step in broader plans to help the capital breathe cleaner air.
These parts can be used in the production of implantable parts, smart dressings and even sensors used in the food industry.
Locally-made artificial hands would cost one fourth of the German-made models on the market.
'Sharif Sat' built by Iranian experts at Sharif Poly Technique University along with locally-made satellites of Fajr (Dawn) and Tadbir (Wisdom) are poised to be put into space.
Iranian programmers have developed a tuning application – Kook Yar – for six musical instruments.