The latest news and views about the Iranian scientists and their scientific achievements
A neurosurgeon in Iran says so far 200 Parkinson’s patients have been treated in the Iranian city of Shiraz using deep brain simulation (DBS) neurosurgical procedure. Ali Razmkan said Parkinson's is a progressive and destructive disease that affects and disrupts the human’s central nervous and musculoskeletal systems.
The 35th Khwarizmi International Festival has commended 9 top participants from Iran and 3 participants from Italy, France and China in a ceremony at the presence of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi in Tehran.
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.
Iranian inventors have won three gold medals and a silver at the 2021 International Exhibition of Inventions in Zagreb, Croatia.
A public hearing was held at Imam Khomeini Judicial Complex in Tehran Saturday on lawsuits lodged by the families of assassinated Iranian nuclear scientists against the US government.
Iranians have marked the National Doctor’s Day as doctors and other medical staff work round the clock to fight a new wave of the deadly coronavirus pandemic, which according to officials is taking the life of an Iranian, almost every two minutes.
Famous Iranian geographer Parviz Kardavani, who was known as the father of scientific desertology of Iran, passed away on Wednesday evening, August 18, at the age of 90.
Iran’s Vice President for Science and Technology says the number of the country’s knowledge-based companies has reached 7,000 and they have been able to create a very positive change in various fields of production.
Iran’s vice president for science and technology has hailed the unveiling of nine new knowledge-based Iranian-made products in the field of food security and vaccines, saying these products save the country significantly in terms of foreign currency spending.
The first remote robotic surgery in Iran has successfully been performed on a dog.
The fifth Iranian-made COVID-19 vaccine has been permitted to undergo the Phase II of its clinical trial.
An Iranian scientist who had received education and was working in the United States has returned home after receiving unfair treatment by American authorities.
Iran's Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi says the country will name its next homegrown supercomputer after Maryam Mirzakhani, the late Iranian math genius.
Head of the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi has confirmed that the country’s nuclear scientists produced the first batch of 60-percent enriched uranium at Natanz facility.
Iran has launched the human and clinical trial of another domestically-developed vaccine for the coronavirus, named Fakhra after the late Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh.
Iran is to carry out the third experiment on the safe quantum transmission of photons from the International Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) to the Milad Tower, a landmark in the capital, Tehran.
Iranian experts have developed software used to process data provided by precise geotechnical apparatuses.
Iran's science minister says the country has secured the world's fifth spot in key research works and the second standing when it comes to scientific productions among world countries.
A senior Iranian official says the assassination of prominent scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh shows the country is moving on the right scientific path.
The first Iranian COVID-19 vaccine has entered the phase of clinical studies as the names of the producing drug company and lead researcher are announced.
Iran’s government spokesman says the assassination of prominent Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh had numerous objectives.