The latest news and views about nanotechnology and Iran’s achievements in this field – Nanotechnology (News) in Iran
An Iranian official highlights the significance of the findings of an international study in 2020 that ranked Iran among the world’s top five in the area of nanotechnology, attributing the achievement to the country’s progress in eco-technology.
Iran took the 23rd place of the rankings of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in 2021 with the registration of totally 55 patents and applications for inventions in the nanotechnology.
Iran is superior to other countries in the region in terms of progress in the scientific fields including nanotechnology, says Iran’s Vice President for Science and Technology.
The Iranian president has called for more investment in the country’s high-tech industries, including the nanotechnology sector.
An Iranian knowledge-based company has produced a microtubule inhibitor used for treatment of patients with metastatic breast cancer and pancreatic cancer, and is exporting it to international markets.
Iran's Nanotechnology Innovation Council has unveiled a new system for the real-time diagnosis of the novel coronavirus, which detects the intensity of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in one's sputum sample.
An official says export of a whole range of homegrown products makes up a fifth of Iran’s nano-economy.
Researchers at an Iranian technological company have developed homegrown anti-corrosion nano-coatings that used to be imported from the Netherlands and Germany earlier.
Iranian scientists at Sharif University of Technology have designed a sensor to detect cancerous cells in medical diagnostic laboratories and research centres.
Secretary of the Nanotechnology Headquarters of Iran says an agreement has been reached to produce 15 million N94 and N99 nano-masks in collaboration with the ministry of health and two manufacturing companies in the country.
The International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology will be held on March 14, 2020 at the University of Tehran.
The closing ceremony of the third edition of Mustafa Prize was held in Tehran in the presence of Iranian Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari.
Iran’s Vice Presidency for Science and Technology has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ministry of Petroleum for the purpose of using nanotechnology-based products and services in the country’s petroleum industry in order to meet the needs of the industry.
Researchers at Shiraz University of Medical Sciences have developed a new nanoparticle with unique properties that can remove chemical and microbial contaminants at the same time.
Iran has inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Bolivia on the enhancement of technological and academic collaboration, especially by training nanotechnology experts and establishing a nano-lab in the Latin American state.
A carpet weaving company in Iran is seeking to export to regional countries its nano-carpets which have anti-bacterial, anti-odor and anti-radiation features.
Iran’s minister of science, research, and technology says the Islamic Republic holds the sixth position in the latest world ranking for nano-technology.