A quick review of the reports on precipitation in Iran over the past month indicates that 27 provinces across the country will experience their worst-ever drought throughout the current year.
The Islamic Republic of Iran is to produce different types of passenger vessels to further develop marine tourism in its northern and southern bodies of water.
Iranian researchers at the Islamic Azad University of Pardis have designed a wheelchair that is capable of changing the position of the disabled from sitting to standing position.
After decades of extensive research, Iran has finally started the mass production of a new herbal drug named “Migraine Cut” for relieving migraine headaches.
Four Iranian nanotechnology firms showcased their achievements in the seventeenth edition of the world’s largest nanotechnology exhibition held in Japan earlier this week.
Three Iranian-made satellites are waiting their turn to be put into orbit, and a fourth one is ready for launch, Iran’s ICT minister says.
Iranian scientists have managed to produce an artificial vessel and a type of wound care dressing using polymeric materials.
The Science and Technology Department of the Iranian President's Office has released a book to review Iran’s achievements in various fields of science and technology during the past year.
An Iranian expert has been the first inventor in the world to develop quake-resistant easy-to-erect buildings made of light, inexpensive nano-materials.
As part of a major project named “Iranome”, researchers have been collecting the genetic data of Iranian people from various races and ethnic groups in order to prevent, diagnose and treat genetic diseases.
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