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Iran’s share of global science production at 1.53%
A deputy health minister says that increasing the research budget and research-based manpower could help boost Iran’s research products.
3rd-generation Iranian android to be unveiled
Sporting various capabilities, the third generation of Iranian android Surena is to be unveiled in the upcoming months.
Iran’s Iron Lady
Iran’s Iron Lady talks about her family and working life.
Iranian research involving DNA
A look at how Iranian scientists have contributed to global research involving DNA.
Top researchers were awarded at International Foundation of Prof. Yalda
Internationally renowned medical researchers are awarded in the 5th International Academic Foundation of Professor Yalda.
Unlike Salafism, Ijtihad explores new responses to recent questions
The grandson of Imam Khomeini says Ijtihad is the act of building on old principles to find new answers to new questions; those who believe new questions have old answers are stuck in the past.
Shia Muslims celebrate Eid Al-Ghadeer
Millions of Muslims have commemorated the Eid al-Ghadeer, celebrating the occasion of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) appointing Imam Ali (PBUH) as his successor.
A geek motivated by his parents
The mother of a top Iranian computer programmer says her pursuit of knowledge has inspired her son.
Symbolic polo match to prompt UNESCO to register the game in Iran’s name
A polo match is held in Isfahan to prompt UNESCO to register the sport in Iran’s name.
Professor Majid Samii named world top neurosurgeon
Majid Samii, the world-famous Iranian medical scientist, has been named by World Academy of Neurological Surgery as the world’s first neurosurgeon.
In a man-ruled kingdom, an Iranian woman goes all alone
A female Iranian bus driver has hit the road to prove that women don’t have to take a back seat to men as far as certain jobs are concerned.
A thick line between “love” and “hate”
An ocean in between two figures who share a name, one famed and the other infamous.
To mark children’s day, a weekly offers tips to promote child health
To mark children's day, a weekly offers tips to promote child health.
Mahak, an Iranian charity, received Achievement Award from IPMA
Iran’s Mahak secured an Achievement Award from the International Project Management Association.
Iran more progressive than neighbors in aerospace industry
Vice-President Mohammad Shariatmadari says he is glad to see Iran is playing a pioneering role in aerospace advancements among neighboring states.
Some 2,000 medics can serve their military service in the healthcare sector
The Health Minister says medical students are allowed to do their military service in the healthcare sector.
Iran to launch 4 satellites into space soon: ISA official
Iran plans to launch four new satellites with domestically-designed carriers into the space in the near future, the deputy director of Iranian Space Agency (ISA) says.
Palestine, Iran’s second rival before Asian Cup
Iran will take on Palestine in an exhibition game match before the 2015 AFC Asian Cup.
Iran volleyball players win 2014 Asian Games gold
Iran men's national volleyball team has finished in the first place at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea, after it achieved a convincing victory over the Japanese squad.
A book ad in Hamshahri newspaper enraged environmentalists
A daily which set the pace for conservation of the environment is not supposed to promote hunting and protection of nature in the same breath.
A ewe adopted two orphan wild lambs
Human cruelty is replaced with the wildlife compassion; a takeaway for mankind.
Tehran environmental police saved two crocodiles from traffickers
Environmental police of Tehran Province arrested an animal trafficker in a sting operation, saving two crocodiles.
Iranian parliament speaker proposes ban on hunting
Iranian parliament speaker proposes a ban on hunting in order to protect endangered species.
First e-confab on environment, agroecosystem to be held in December
Tehran to host an e-conference on the environment and agricultural ecosystem later this year.
Iran’s Shot-Putter Rajabi Wins Silver at Asiad
Leila Rajabi, an Iranian female athlete, wins a silver medal in the shot put final in the 2014 Asian Games.