An Iranian author has donated his huge cash prize to the training of Sunni teachers at elementary schools in the underdeveloped province of Sistan and Baluchestan in south-eastern Iran.
An Iranian company has devised a method whereby stem cells are used for skin rejuvenation and repairing damaged skin.
Armenians in Iran recently marked the Surp Minas Day in the Surp Minas Church of the capital Tehran, in a ceremony attended by Sepuh Sargsyan, the Archbishop of the Armenians of Tehran.
The sixth biennial exhibition of urban sculptures is underway in the Iranian capital of Tehran, where 59 maquettes have been featured and put to the vote of visitors.
A group of Iranian knowledge-based companies headed by the country’s Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari have headed to South Africa to develop their ties with their African counterparts.
The United Kingdom is keen to work closely with Iran to further promote the sport of polo, says the country’s ambassador to Tehran.
The 2nd edition of an international robotics competition, known as RoboCup Asia-Pacific, was recently held on Kish Island in southern Iran for two days.
Minimally invasive spine surgeries are conducted with 90% success in Iran thanks to the development of a new method.
Iranian researchers have developed a method to purify water naturally by removing its nitrate using the very same bacteria that exist in water.
A new university, named after legendary master of Persian painting and miniature Mahmoud Farshchian, has been opened in Iran with the main goal of protecting and globalizing traditional Islamic-Iranian arts.