Iran’s Knowledge-Based Companies
The latest news and views about the Iranian knowledge based companies and their achievements
Iran has unveiled a program to work with international experts and entrepreneurs to tap into their potential in order to give fresh impetus to the trend of technological development in the country.
As many as 20 Iranian knowledge-based companies are to travel to Yerevan next month to enhance trade and technological relations with their Armenian counterparts.
An Iranian knowledge-based company has manufactured advanced devices for flue gas analysis, emission and particulate matter measurement, and air purification.
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has inaugurated a number of major national knowledge-based projects as well as several “innovation factories.”
Iranian Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari has highlighted his organization’s strategy to support the domestic knowledge-based and innovative companies.
The Iranian president has called for more investment in the country’s high-tech industries, including the nanotechnology sector.
Iranian Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari has opened ten Innovation centres at the prestigious Shahid Beheshti University in the Iranian capital, Tehran.
Phase one of clinical studies of the Iranian-made coronavirus vaccine named “Iranshakht” (Made in Iran) has got underway.
Iran's Small Industries and Industrial Parks Organization (ISIPO) and Turkey’s Small and Medium Industries Development Organization (KOSGEB) have held a second meeting of their joint executive committee.
Iranian and Indian high-tech companies are to hold virtual business-to-business (B2B) meetings in order to boost mutual cooperation in the fields of trade and technology.
A senior Iranian official says knowledge-based economy is a must in the minds of the country’s decision-makers as one of the pivots of Iran's development.
An educational innovation and technology centre has opened in the west of the Iranian capital, Tehran.
The Iranian president has expressed his gratitude to knowledge-based companies for producing medical equipment and working to develop a vaccine for coronavirus.
Iran has unveiled four modern homegrown products in the domains of health and electronic transport.
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.
Iran’s health minister says 1,500 knowledge-based companies are curently working in the domain of health, making great contribution to Iran's fight against COVID-19 pandemic.
Iranian Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Satatri has highlighted the major role of domestic knowledge-based companies and advanced technologies in the fight on drug trafficking and in preventing, diagnosing and treating illicit drug misuse.
Iranian Vice President for Science and Technology has inaugurated a specialized centre for instructing medical students in clinical skills with apparatus developed by domestic knowledge-based companies.
An Iranian company has developed the technology to produce superalloys, which are badly needed in industries such as power stations and refineries.
Iran has put into service the production line for gate valves used in crude oil transfer pipelines despite the sanctions imposed on the country.
Knowledge-based, innovative, and high-tech companies of Iran and Pakistan will have the chance to hold direct online negotiations and explore avenues for developing business relations between the two sides.
A senior Iranian official says the country has the capacity to produce one million coronavirus diagnosis kits a day just by one single company.