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.
Iran is superior to other countries in the region in terms of progress in the scientific fields including nanotechnology, says Iran’s Vice President for Science and Technology.
Some Iranian universities’ access to the world’s scientific centers has been blocked due to their debts, said an official with the country’s Ministry of Science, Research and Technology.
Iran’s deputy health minister on Thursday announced that SpikoGen has been approved for the third dose of all Covid-19 vaccines administered inside the country.
The commander of the aerospace force of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps says Iran has successfully tested its first solid fuel satellite carrier rocket.
The second trade and technology conference of Iranian companies in Turkey will be held at the same time as the inauguration of the House for Innovation and Export of Iranian-made Technology in Istanbul.
Iran’s minister of communications and information technology announced the return of the 430 gigabyte capacity of the country's Internet bandwidth, which had been lost some time ago.
Iran’s Nanotechnology Innovation Council says the country has ranked fourth in the global rankings in the field for the fourth year in a row.
Two missile-launching corvettes have been delivered to the Iranian Navy, further boosting the Islamic Republic’s military might at sea.
Iran's Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari has highlighted the role of knowledge-based and creative companies in developing exports and enhancing science and technology diplomacy.
Human beings have many reasons for migration. Education, pursuit of better jobs, greater security and freedoms are among the reasons why hundreds of thousands of people leave their country legally and illegally every year.
Iran’s Vice President for Technological and Scientific Affairs Sorena Sattari has said domestic sanctions are a bigger obstacle than foreign bans, adding that each new license is a hurdle to the production, export and development of knowledge-based products.
Iran will have produced some 20 million doses of the Razi Cov Pars coronavirus vaccine by March 2022.
Iran has, for the first time, released footage of the testing of the engine for a domestically developed super-heavy satellite carrier.
A young man from the Iranian city of Tabriz has broken the record of memorizing numbers previously held by an Indian man.