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Up-to-date coverage of developments in the fields of technology, computing, research and production in Iran, as it continues to progress in scientific endeavours.

Iranian Scientists Build Device to Convert Air Humidity to Drinking Water

A group of Iranian researchers at the Faculty of Modern Technologies of the University of Science and Technology have built a new apparatus to convert air humidity into potable water.

New Wearable Robot Can Help Disabled People Walk

A group of Iranian researchers have developed a home-grown robot that can be worn by the disabled people to help them move and walk.

Iranian Scientists Produce Livestock Embryo in Lab

A group of Iranian researchers has managed to produce livestock embryo in laboratory in order to get better results from cattle breeding and freezing them for use in the required conditions.

‘Exporting Knowledge-Based Products Very Profitable after Rial Devaluation’

Iran’s Vice-President for Science and Technology says the devaluation of Iran’s national currency against the US dollar has made it quite profitable to export goods produced by Iranian knowledge-based firms.

Iranian Firm Produces 3 High-Risk Drugs to Meet Domestic, Regional Needs

An Iranian knowledge-based company has managed to launch an industrial production line for three high-risk pharmaceutical products that would have a great impact on drug prices.

Iranian Researchers Mass Produce DNA, RNA Extraction Kits

A group of Iranian scientists has managed to produce DNA and RNA extraction kits to make the country self-sufficient in making such kits.

Iran, UN to Expand Space Cooperation

Iran's Ministry of Information and Communications Technology and the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) are to work together closely in the outer space domain.

‘US Sanctions Depriving Iranians of Right to Development’

Iranian Minister of Information and Communications Technology says the “toughest sanctions ever” imposed on Iran by the US government clearly violate the most basic human rights of Iranian people, including their right to development.

Internet Balloons Set Up in Iran’s Flood-Hit Areas

Iran's minister of communications and information technology says internet balloons as well as emergency phone lines have been set up in flood-hit areas in west of the country.

Iranian Scientists Discover Same Origin of Bipolar Disorder, Alzheimer’s Disease

Iranian scientists have, through extensive studies, managed to prove that the cells developing the Alzheimer’s disease are the same as those contributing to bipolar disorder in human beings.

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