Science and Technology
Latest Science and Technology (Sci & Tech) News in Iran – 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.
The Iranian Army’s Spokesman has said Iran’s Heydar 1 and Heydar 2 missiles that are capable of being carried by drones are completely homegrown and have been built by Iranian knowledge-based companies.
The University of Tehran, in collaboration with a leading Iranian telecommunication company, has rolled out a highly specialized center for technology management and commercialization, further promoting knowledge-based companies.
The commander of the Iranian Army’s Air Force says they have managed to restore an F-14 fighter jet, which was grounded for 18 years, using the assistance of domestic experts and knowledge-based companies.
An Iranian official highlights the significance of the findings of an international study in 2020 that ranked Iran among the world’s top five in the area of nanotechnology, attributing the achievement to the country’s progress in eco-technology.
Iran’s Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari is in Russia at the head of a delegation of knowledge-based companies to promote their products.
An Iranian lawmaker says the administration of President Ebrahim Raisi pays special attention to the space industry and is seriously determined to pave the way for further progress in that field.
A neurosurgeon in Iran says so far 200 Parkinson’s patients have been treated in the Iranian city of Shiraz using deep brain simulation (DBS) neurosurgical procedure. Ali Razmkan said Parkinson's is a progressive and destructive disease that affects and disrupts the human’s central nervous and musculoskeletal systems.
The spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) says the Islamic Republic now has complete knowledge of the entire nuclear fuel cycle.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has said Iran’s nuclear know-how is irreversible. President Raisi made the comment in a ceremony where he unveiled 9 nuclear achievements made by Iranian scientists on the National Day of Nuclear Technology in Tehran on Saturday.
On the National Day of Nuclear Technology, Iran is set to unveil a new generation of medicinal radiocompounds developed by experts at home to detect and cure different types of cancer.
Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi says his administration is determined to seriously support knowledge-based companies. Raisi said there is a huge potential in Iran that will make a precious asset in combination with wisdom and science and that’s why the government wants to assist the knowledge-based companies and support job creation.
Iran’s Health Ministry says the country has improved its ranking in terms of health technology by 60 steps over the past seven years. Deputy Health Minister for Research and Technology says Iran ranked 60th in a 132-country list in the world in 2021, which is a 60-step improvement compared to 2014.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi says the recent successful launch of the Iranian military satellite Noor-2 (Light-2) is a manifestation of Iran’s national might that should continue with greater force.
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps says the newly-launched Nour 2 satellite was orbited without suffering any damage and is now orbiting the earth at an altitude of 500 kilometers.
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps says the reconnaissance satellite it put into orbit on Tuesday was manufactured domestically.
Commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Major General Hossein Slamai says the Islamic Republic of Iran is the first Muslim country to launch a satellite into space.
The aerospace force of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps has successfully placed Iran’s second military satellite into orbit.
The recombinant Nora vaccine, produced by Iran’s Baqiyatallah University of Medical Sciences, has received permission to be used for vaccination of people against Covid-19 after clinical trials.
The 35th Khwarizmi International Festival has commended 9 top participants from Iran and 3 participants from Italy, France and China in a ceremony at the presence of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi in Tehran.
The Iran House of Innovation and Technology in Istanbul, Istanbul IHIT has been inaugurated at the same time as the dispatch of the Iranian Technology Trade Board consisting of 50 knowledge-based companies to develop technology trade between Iran and Turkey.
Iran is set to open a new House of Innovation and Technology (IHIT) in the Turkish economic hub, Istanbul, in line with the agenda to promote exports of creative and knowledge-based products made in Iran.
Sardar Omar Zaghev, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Investment and Foreign Trade of Uzbekistan, along with several other Uzbek ministers and deputy ministers, have visited the exhibition of Iranian export-and knowledge-based products, known as the i-Hit in Tehran.
President Ebrahim Raisi says Iran is ready to transfer technical knowledge to African countries and boost cooperation with them.