The first phase of Osteo-odonto-keratoprosthesis transplant has been carried successfully at Farabi Hospital of Tehran University of Medical Sciences.
Iran has turned into one of the few countries in the world that can produce dressings resembling human skin to a great extent.
A group of Iranian researchers have developed an electronic autopsy table and software.
Iranian researchers have unveiled a domestically-produced medicine for ALS patients or those suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Iran has developed a domestic pedalling neural prosthesis system for those suffering from spinal cord injuries.
The world’s third menstrual blood stem cells bank has opened at Avicenna Infertility Centre in Iran.
Iranian researchers have manufactured a homegrown micromanipulator, a device used to control precise movements in intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) which is applied to infertility treatment procedures.
The Austrian journal EuroPages in a report has expressed wonder that Iranian scientists have been able to make products that compete with those of large companies from Germany, South Korea, the United States and Britain and take their market share worldwide.
A baby girl has been born in the Iranian city of Isfahan thirteen years after being frozen. The child is the longest known frozen human embryo that has been delivered successfully in the West Asia region.
Twenty knowledge-based companies in Iran are exporting a wide range of laboratory equipment to China, South Korea, Malaysia, Ecuador, Cuba, and some European countries.