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Knowledge-based companies in Iran have exported goods worth $500 million since President Hassan Rouhani took office in 2013, according an Iranian official.
In a Tuesday visit to Alborz Province, President Hassan Rouhani inaugurated ‘Zar Grain Refinery’ as the largest of its kind in the Middles East and the first one in Iran.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani test-drove a domestically-manufactured electric car on the National Clean Air Day.
A knowledge-based project to produce the drugs required by haemophilic patients is underway thanks to the 3-million-dollar funds provided by Astan Quds Razavi.
Dozens of the world’s leading companies in different fields of energy will take part in Iran’s International Renewable Energies Conference.
Iran intends to provide knowledge-based firms with facilities to attend Aeromart Toulouse 2016 due to be held in France.
During the 23rd International Agricultural Trade Fair, also known as Iran Agro Food 2016, which was recently held in Tehran, six new nanoproducts were put on display in the field of agriculture and food industry.
Navid Nejatbakhsh, the chair of an Iranian knowledge-based company, announced that an Iranian radiotherapy or linear accelerator (LINAC) machine to treat malignant tumours is going to be released within three months.
Ali Taheri, the head of electronics and software department at Arya Teb Firouz Medical Equipment Company, announced that Iran has joined the eight countries in the world that can mass-produce hemodialysis machines.
Exports of Iran’s knowledge-based products totalled $85m over the last two years, said Iranian Deputy Minister of Science Vahid Ahmadi.
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