Umbilical cord blood contains hematopoietic stem cells which can highly contribute to the revival process of blood and immune systems of body, and can help save the person from future diseases if stored in special blood banks.
Implant, an artificial tooth made of biotechnological materials in natural tooth size, is vital for those who want to maintain their oral health and restore the beauty of their smile.
Orthopedic implants are widely used nowadays in bone repair surgeries, with plans underway to develop more durable materials to make such implants.
The replacement of heart valves, as one of the most vital body organs and key parts of the circulatory system, is among the most critical surgeries in the world.
Bio-implant technology is a new method for repairing and treating wounds and lesions in various parts of the body, using living tissues of biological origin that can be adapted to the human body and other organisms.
Birthmarks are vascular diseases in the skin usually developed during infancy and fetal age. The skin disorder comes either due to the density of pigments or intertwining of two or more veins in one specific area of the skin.
Osteoarthritis is among the most common diseases of the 21st century. The disorder may come by age, inheritance, heavy crash or other diseases.
An Iranian knowledge-based company has managed to use nanotechnology to treat industrial wastewater.
Iran’s Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari says a research study must be conducted with the aim of producing technologies that solve community problems.
The head of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handcrafts and Tourism Organisation (ICHTO) says Iran seeks to use the activities of youths and their startups in the field of tourism to promote its tourism industry in the country.