Science & Technology

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.

Cédric Villani

Tehran mathematics gathering (PHOTOS)

Photos of a fourth Meeting on Contemporary Mathematics in Tehran where French mathematician and a Fields award winner answered questions by Iranian university students.

Tap into the virtual world and expand it: Senior cleric

Those who can impart a fact to society in the virtual world need to be kitted out with communication infrastructure and facilities, said Ayatollah Javadi Amoli.
Professor Samii

Professor Samii honored with China Shenzhen citizenship

A hospital in Shenzhen, China has been named after world-class Iranian neurosurgeon Majid Samii, who also has been offered the citizenship of the Chinese city.
Makran Robotic Team

Makran Robotic Team wins gold, silver medals in Switzerland Invention Contests

Makran, a robotic team from Sistan and Baluchistan Province, has won gold and silver medals at the 43rd Switzerland International Invention Contests.
Hadi Shafii

Remote diagnosis of disease via smart phones

The new application is capable of accurately detecting pathogens from plasma and the results can be transmitted to anywhere throughout the world.
aluminum alloy

Nanotechnology tapped to produce strong aluminum alloy

Production of alloys with high strength and reduction in production costs and energy consumption are some of the advantages of the new method.

Kharazmi International Award announces winners

President Rouhani presented the awards to national and international researchers at the 28th Kharazmi International Award.

Iran says ready to cooperate with Google

Iran said on Sunday that it is ready to cooperate with Google to facilitate its services in the Persian Gulf region.
Oil spills in Presian Gulf

Iranian researchers introduce environment-friendly method to clean up oil spills

The nano-filter made from native plants can remove contamination from water and then be used as fuel in the industry sector.

Iranian researchers convert injecting chemo drugs to edible forms

A majority of drugs used in chemotherapy need to be injected at medical centers. With higher absorption, edible chemo drugs can be taken in the comfort of home by patients.

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