Iran has launched the mass production of a fourth-generation all-indigenous interceptor jet in a major step toward the renovation of its Air Force.
The Iranian capital of Tehran recently hosted an exhibition of clothes dedicated to the commemoration of Ashura, the anniversary of the martyrdom of third Shiite Imam, Hussein ibn Ali, who was martyred some 14 centuries ago.
The marble produced in Kurdistan province, western Iran, has been registered internationally by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).
The “Challenges of Nanotechnology” booth was one of the most important parts of the Nanotechnology Exhibition, which was recently held in Tehran.
Catalysts, which are widely used in oil, petrochemical, automotive and pharmaceutical industries, are among the most important and strategic requirements for a country’s industrial development.
Iran has unveiled its first homegrown 3D nano printer during the 11th Nanotechnology Exhibition underway in Tehran.
An Iranian knowledge-based company has used nanotechnology to produce nylon fabrics that could cool down human body by reflecting infrared radiation.
A talented Iranian youth has managed to design and build a high-quality version of Lamborghini Murciélago in the northwestern city of Tabriz.
Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Baqeri says the country has made such a big progress in the military drone industry that it is now among top seven powers across the globe.
A group of Iranian scientists has managed to produce a new oxygen-absorbing pad for food packages that can help reduce food waste and consequently improve food security.