Iran's Vice-President for Science and Technology says the country is a pioneer in the field of nano-sciences, and since five years ago, serious focus has been put on the commercialisation of products in this field.
Iran says that its oil tanker hit by two missiles on Friday morning in the Red Sea near the Saudi port city of Jeddah is on the way back home and would arrive in Iran within 9 or 10 days.
A team of Iranian researchers has designed and manufactured smart uniforms for soldiers and professional mountain climbers which can monitor their vital signs and detect radioactive and landmines with their sensors.
More than 2,000,000 Iranian pilgrims have already crossed the border into Iraq since September 30, 2019 to attend ceremonies marking Arba’een, the anniversary of the fortieth day after the martyrdom of Imam Hussein (AS).
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi has described an attack on the Iranian oil tanker SABITI in the Red Sea as “a dangerous adventure”, warning that all the responsibilities fall on those behind it.
Iran’s national football team pulled off a landslide victory over Cambodia, scoring seven in either half to send them well clear at the top of Group C, in a day when Iranian women were allowed to freely attend the stadium for the first time in 40 years.
The 12th Nanotechnology Exhibition and Festival of Iran, known as Iran Nano 2019, has opened in Tehran, with 111 companies active in the field of nanotechnology presenting their products in 12 different sectors.
The Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution says the country has no reason to go for nuclear arms as the development and use of such weapons is religiously forbidden.
Iran’s Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari says with the approval of the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, the National Development Fund has provided a great deal of support to the country's scientific sector, which has helped accelerate the quality and speed of scientific and knowledge-based projects.
Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has called on the country’s vice president for science and technology to lift barriers that the young Iranian inventors are faced with.