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Iran Keen to Promote Sci-Tech Relations with Belarus

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the Islamic Republic is ready to deepen its relations with Belarus in all fields, especially in science and modern technologies.

Iranian Nano-Firms Seeking Market Share in East Asia

Iranian nano-companies operating in the field of water are seeking to secure a share of the lucrative market in East Asia.

Scientists Use Weed to Produce Nanopharmaceutical for Cancer Treatment

Iranian scientists have managed to obtain cellulose from weed and use it in encapsulating nanomedicine useful for treating cancerous tissues.

Iran to Increase Exports of Knowledge-Based Products to China

The Islamic Republic of Iran is to expand its exports of knowledge-based products to China.

Iran Develops Antibacterial Polyester Strings Using Nanotechnology

Iranian researchers have used nanotechnology to develop antibacterial polyester strings that cause the least degree of poisoning for human body.

“Startups Run by Youths Providing Iran with Multimillion-Dollar Incomes”

Iran’s Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari says new generations of startups in Iran are run by youths under 30 and generate multimillion-dollar incomes.

Iran Establishes Nano Export Hub in Indonesia

Iran has established its first nanotechnology export hub in Indonesia to increase its share of Asian markets by supplying them with its domestically-manufactured nano-products.

Iran Uses Nanotech, Medicinal Herbs to Make Antimicrobial Clothes

Iranian researchers have used nanotechnology and medicinal plants to produce hospital clothes and bed sheets which reduce infection in the hospital environment.

Tehran to Host 7th Int’l Innovation, Technology Exhibition

The Iranian capital of Tehran is to host the 7th edition of International Innovation and Technology Exhibition (INOTEX) 2018 from July 5 to 7.
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Seven Iranian Professors Receive ITU Standards Approval

A number of Iranian professors have managed to receive the standards approval of the International Telecommunication Union and now can hold ITU workshops across the globe, said an academic official.

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