Tuesday, June 6, 2023

Science and Technology

President Raisi: Iran airspace industry to gather steam

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has hailed the launch of Iran-made Khayyam satellite into orbit as a major achievement in the country’s airspace section, saying his administration is planning on pushing the industry forward with more investment.

Iran says to build new versions of Khayyam satellite, fresh launching ahead

Iran’s minister of information and communications technology says the Islamic Republic will make new versions of the newly-launched Khayyam satellite in a joint collaboration with Russia.

Iran receives first telemetry data from newly-launched Khayyam satellite

Iran has received the first telemetry data sent from the Khayyam satellite, hours after the remote-sensing Iranian-made satellite was launched by a Russian rocket from a station operated by Moscow in Kazakhstan.

Why Khayyam satellite was launched

Questions revolve around Iran’s move to launch Khayyam satellite into orbit in a joint collaboration with Russia.

Iran’s Khayyam satellite launched

Iran’s Khayyam satellite was sent into orbit early on Tuesday from the Baikonur space station in Kazakhstan by Russian Soyuz satellite carrier.

Iran’s Khayyam satellite ready for launch

Iran’s Khayyam satellite will be sent into orbit next week from the Baikonur space station in Kazakhstan by Russian Soyuz satellite carrier, a giant leap in the Islamic Republic’s space industry applications.

‘Iran defense ministry collaborating with 5k knowledge-based firms’

The Defense Ministry of Iran is working with over 5,000 domestic knowledge-based companies, Defense Minister Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Ashtiani says.

Iran says has 3 remote-sensing satellites in line to be launched

The head of Iran’s space agency elaborates on the country’s “comprehensive plans” to promote its space industry, as part of which, he says, Tehran has three remote-sensing satellites in line to be launched.

Iran: We are ready for technological cooperation with Venezuela

The Iranian vice president for scientific and technological affairs and the Venezuelan minister of science and technology have discussed possible areas of cooperation between the two sides in various technological spheres, particularly medical and pharmaceutical fields with an emphasis on knowledge-based companies.

Iranian minister: Cyberspace security needs revision

The Iranian minister of information and communications technology says the government, as the protector of the citizens’ interests, has to promote the country’s cyber security infrastructure and open up the space for people and businesses.

Iranian researchers design cheaper, more effective pipeline valves

Iranian researchers have designed three-stage valves for fluids pipelines that are 50 percent cheaper to manufacture and are five times quicker to shut down the flow, when there is an impact.

Mealworm beetles, a nutritious food source for livestock, poultry and aquatic animals

A group of Iranian researchers have developed a nutritious food product to serve as livestock inputs through the semi-industrial breeding of yellow mealworm beetles. According to them, mealworm beetles were authorized for consumption by the European Food Safety Authority back in 2003 due to the rich levels of protein and unsaturated fat in them.

Iran preparing to launch new satellite into orbit in autumn

A senior Iranian space official says the country has “special plans” for developing telecommunication satellites designed to be placed in high-altitude orbits, and that one of the spacecraft under construction will be launched this autumn.

Iran, Russia expanding ICT ties

The Iranian minister of information and communications technology says Iran and Russia are set to take the cooperation between their knowledge-based ICT companies to a whole new level.

Iran launches its biggest solar panel production line

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi unveils the country's biggest solar panel production line in Markazi Province, in central Iran.

Uzbek tech firms welcome Iran’s scientific capabilities; cooperation to continue in the form of joint projects

A business meeting between Iranian creative and knowledge-based companies and technology firms and businessmen of Uzbekistan is underway with the aim of helping Iranian-made products enter the markets of this country and beyond in Eurasia.

Iran’s VP describes Uzbekistan as an intact market for Iranian-made products

Iranian Vice-president for Scientific and Technological Affairs Sorena Sattari has travelled to Uzbekistan at the head of a 40-member delegation involving people from knowledge-based companies.

100 Iranian-made products to be showcased in Uzbekistan; technological exchanges between two countries to expand

The Iranian vice-president for science and technology has departed Iran for Uzbekistan at the head of a delegation of Iranian knowledge-based and creative companies to expand the scientific and technological exchanges between the two countries.

Sattari: Knowledge-based, creative firms serve as a new bridge facilitating Iran-Uzbekistan tech exchanges

Iranian Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari held talks with Uzbekistan’s Minister of Innovative Development Ibrahim Abdurakhmanov, emphasizing the need for the expansion of technological exchanges between the two states by benefiting from the capacities of knowledge-based and creative companies.

Uzbekistan’s vice prime minister hosts Sattari; inter-university exchanges between Iran, Uzbekistan to witness a boost

During his visit to Uzbekistan, Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari held a meeting with Uzbekistan’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Investment and Foreign Trade Jamshid Kuchkarov for talks on the expansion of scientific and technological relations between the two countries.

Iran’s team crowned at Intl. Biology Olympiad

Iran’s team grabbed four gold medals in the 33rd International Biology Olympiad in Armenia, taking the first place in the competition.

Uzbekistan-Iran Science And Innovation Forum to be held in Tashkent

A high-ranking delegation of Iranian science and tech officials, accompanied by 40 knowledge-based companies, will be visiting Tashkent next week at the official invitation of Uzbekistan’s authorities as part of efforts by the two countries to take effective steps toward the development of scientific and technological cooperation.

Iranian-made kits enable visual detection of impurity in liquid medicines

An Iranian knowledge-based firm has designed and developed a kit that enables the visual detection of impurity in liquid medicines, in an achievement that rids the country of the need to import the product.

Iran’s Center of Commerce and House of Innovation and Technology inaugurated in Sulaymaniyah

 Iran’s Center of Commerce and House of Innovation and Technology was launched in Sulaymaniyah before noon on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, in a ceremony attended by Iranian and Iraqi Kurdish officials as well as representatives of the private sectors of the two sides.

Iran becomes 1st Mideast state to indigenize cloud seeding radar tech

For the first time in the Middle East, Iranian scientists have successfully indigenized the advanced technology used in cloud seeding radars as part of efforts to address the issue of water scarcity in the country.

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