The president urged Non-Aligned member states to drop non-realistic missions and try to focus on areas of joint scientific and technological cooperation.
Iran has officially launched its own search engine ‘Yooz’ which can surf through a billion Persian websites, saying it plans to launch another search engine, Parsijoo, in the spring.
The newly-discovered embryonic stem cells will set the stage for fundamental studies on cell therapy, pharmacology, toxicology, developmental biology and tissue engineering.
Sorena Sattari, the President of Iran’s National Elites Foundation, says that today’s technological achievements should be a model for our scientific activities tomorrow.
The minister of communications has said that Iran will launch a new national search engine in the near future to secure its cyberspace.
Iranian associate professor Dr. Farshid Amirabdollahian has coordinated ACCOMPANY project to build service robots to help the elderly with an independent life.
The government is determined to continue the path toward national progress, said President Rouhani, vowing that in a few years Iran’s space needs will be fully fulfilled by domestic technology.
The Internet group had a mission to spread corruption, change the Iranian lifestyle and target the families across the country.
The Islamic Revolution Leader has stressed that political motivations should not affect what Iran is doing in scientific and research arenas.
The Iranian-developed computer game aimed at educating gamers on morality is intended for the hearing-impaired.