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Muslim Researchers Discuss Environmental Woes at KANS Competition

The Iranian capital of Tehran recently hosted an international competition, where 154 young researchers and students from several Muslim countries offered their plans and solutions to deal with water and environmental problems.

Why Should We Take Sunburn Seriously

Sunlight is one of the charms of nature, but a sharp increase or decrease in the rate of receiving it may result in consequences. Sunburn is one of the worst repercussions of excessive exposure to sunlight.

Researchers Use Seaweed to Treat Diabetic, Traumatic Ulcers

A group of researchers have used seaweed to produce biopolymer wound healers which can heal lesions, diabetic wounds, cuts and ulcers of superficial skin trauma.

Endless Blue; Exhibition of Paintings with Chemical Compounds

Endless Blue is an exhibition by an Iranian painter who has used chemical compounds and polymer to project his ideas on the minds of the visitors.

Iranian Students Shine at Int’l Astronomy Olympiad

Iran emerged as the winner of the 12th International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics (IOAA 2018) in the Chinese capital of Beijing.
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ISESCO Annual Summit Underway in Iran’s Shiraz

The city of Shiraz in southern Iran is hosting the annual meeting of the Islamic, Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (ISESCO), where the secretaries of member states’ national commissions discuss broader cooperation in science and technology.

Iran Produces Anti-Cancer Drug to Neutralize US Sanctions

An Iranian scientist has managed to produce an anti-cancer drug whose scarcity, caused by the US sanctions, had created problems for the country in the recent months.
First Joint Habitat of Neanderthals, Homo Sapiens Found in Iran

First Joint Habitat of Neanderthals, Homo Sapiens Found in Iran

Archaeological excavations in a site in Western Iran show the area had been jointly used by the Neanderthals (primary humans) and Homo sapiens (wise humans), and they probably have married together.
March 14 Named Int’l Math Day in Honour of Late Iranian Genius

March 14 Named Int’l Math Day in Honour of Late Iranian Genius

Iran says the UNESCO’s Executive Board has named March 14 as the International Day of Mathematics in honour of late Iranian math genius Maryam Mirzakhani, who died in 2017.

Iranian Researcher Develops Robot that Makes Potteries

An Iranian researcher has managed to develop a robot that makes pottery and prints various designs on it.

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