A delegation of over 30 Iranian high-tech companies is going to visit Kenya on January 27, 2021, for bilateral talks with their Kenyan counterparts
Three creativity and innovation centres have become operational in the city of Qom in central Iran.
Iranian First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri has highlighted the administration’s backing for the knowledge-based and digital economy, pointing to a rise in the number of technology parks and startups in recent years.
Iran has unveiled a program to work with international experts and entrepreneurs to tap into their potential in order to give fresh impetus to the trend of technological development in the country.
The Iranian president has appreciated extensive efforts by knowledge-based companies and all other institutions to develop an Iranian coronavirus vaccine.
The Science and Technology Department of the Iranian President’s Office and the Tehran Municipality have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on advanced transportation and designing a platform to electrify vehicles.
As many as 20 Iranian knowledge-based companies are to travel to Yerevan next month to enhance trade and technological relations with their Armenian counterparts.
Iranian experts have developed software used to process data provided by precise geotechnical apparatuses.
An Iranian knowledge-based company has manufactured advanced devices for flue gas analysis, emission and particulate matter measurement, and air purification.
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has inaugurated a number of major national knowledge-based projects as well as several “innovation factories.”