The Iranian president has called for more investment in the country’s high-tech industries, including the nanotechnology sector.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has signed contracts with a number of countries to export weapons, Defence Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami says.
An Iranian company has developed the technology to produce superalloys, which are badly needed in industries such as power stations and refineries.
Iran has put into service the production line for gate valves used in crude oil transfer pipelines despite the sanctions imposed on the country.
All beds used on the intensive care units (ICUs) of hospitals across Iran have been equipped with medical ventilators, an official has announced, expressing readiness to export the excess devices at the discretion of the Health Ministry.
Iran’s defence minister says domestically developed destroyer Dena will be unveiled and handed over to the Army’s Naval Force in the near future.
Iran is to hold the National Hydraulics and Water Inventions Festival with the aim of commercializing a whole range of products in the domain of water and hydraulics.
A group of Iranian researchers have developed the technology to produce engines for vehicles.
Iran has opened a mask producing facility with a capacity of turning out 500,000 three-layer face masks daily.
Iran’s defence minister says the country is capable of producing 90 percent of its defence needs domestically, and that is a bitter pill to swallow for Washington.