The latest news and views about the Iranian scientists and their scientific achievements
Somayyeh Khezrian, an Iranian researcher in Tehran University, has developed a sensor which can diagnose allergy and HIV in early stages.
Dr. Khoshnevis who is a Sharif Poly Technique University graduate, is well-known worldwide for his newly-developed three-dimensional building printing system.
Almost a dozen areas across Iran are suitable for generation of geothermal energy.
Over 350 Iranian research centers from different science and technology parks and knowledge-based firms presented their latest achievements in a Tehran exhibition.
The product can be used as an insulated composite in railroad and also in missiles and spacecraft which need high resistance in harsh weather conditions.
An Iranian-developed edible nano-medicine prevents insulin destruction and improves its permeation from the intestinal wall.
The newly-developed drug can help a high percentage of patients with Philadelphia chromosome-positive leukemia who have developed resistance to available medication.
Dr. Jafari is mainly working on condensed matter, and his research focuses on investigating the electronic structures of advanced materials and strong and irregular electronic systems.
Iranian researchers have developed an anti-wrinkle cream that combines intense moisturizing with powerful defense against the sun’s harmful rays.
Majid Samii, the world-famous Iranian medical scientist, has been named by World Academy of Neurological Surgery as the world’s first neurosurgeon.
Cumrun Vafa, an Iranian professor of Harvard University, expounds on a revolutionizing string theory.
Being interrupted is so bad for your concentration that even a one minute distraction is enough to completely wipe out your short-term memory.
Researchers of Islamic Azad University’s Shahr-e Rey Branch have produced a nanoabsorbent for determining sulfonamide in chicken by using a magnetic polymer.
A knowledge-based company in Alborz province has produced heat-resistant glassware with applications in laboratory.
A group of Iranian researchers have designed and built a laboratory space suit for sub-orbital missions, media reports said.
Iranian university students shined in the 44th RoboCup German Open Competitions, and won the bronze medal in tridimensional football simulation leagues and humanoid soccer robot sections.