When completed in four or five years, INO could be the best general-purpose telescope for thousands of kilometers, says an international scientist.
Along with honoring family obligations Iranian women can pursue their ambitions, be active on the social scene and climb up the scientific ladder, said Professor Soodabeh Davaran.
Maral, the cloned ram, is in perfect health and is being kept in Royan Research Center’s farm, said the head of the Isfahan-based Royan Biomedicine and Stem Cells Institute.
With a company in Turkey already established under his name and a new office in Tehran, the third-year college drop-out has made a name for himself.
Prior to the manned mission, two dummies and a monkey will be launched into space as part of an experimental project.
Two Iranian scientists have used a metal alloy to successfully develop the first hybrid tissue-engineered heart valve, which can replace the current valves thanks to its durability.
An Iranian inventor has replicated the boiler of Sheikh Bahai’s Bath to unravel the secret of the historical bath.
Iran has taken big steps toward treating infertility and exploiting external fertilization to help childless families realize their dream of having a baby.
Ayatollah Rafsanjani has said that Iran is the birthplace of the Islamic civilization and that it is now the turn of people in the East to help with the development of science.
Photos of a fourth Meeting on Contemporary Mathematics in Tehran where French mathematician and a Fields award winner answered questions by Iranian university students.