The latest news and views about nanotechnology and Iran’s achievements in this field – Nanotechnology (News) in Iran
An Iranian researcher has developed the world’s smallest artificial canal which could be used for the desalination of water and in biological domains.
A researcher at Tehran University has produced Nano-capsules containing curcumin by using proteins in cheese extract. This product can be used in producing extra-useful beverages from cheese and turmeric extracts.
In 2018, 13,050 5 patent applications have been filed in two American and European offices, with Iran registering 42 patents and growing 68 percent year-on-year to be placed in the 21 place.
The researchers at Iran’s Yazd University have succeeded in seeding clouds using nanotechnology and nanoparticles production. Also, these nanoparticles can be used for defogging.
An international science ranking website in its newest ranking, based on scientific articles published in 2017, has announced that Iran is the first country in the field of nanotechnology in the region.
Two Iranian knowledge-based firms have managed to produce and export Nano-Antibacterial towels to Iraq and Canada.
A group of Iranian researchers has designed a nanotechnology-based system that can prevent the development or progression of the nervous system diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases.
A group of Iranian researchers have developed the knowhow to produce biodiesel out of chicken fat.
A graywater purification device, which is made based on nanostructured ceramic membranes, was recently unveiled in a nanotechnology exhibition in Tehran.
Catalysts, which are widely used in oil, petrochemical, automotive and pharmaceutical industries, are among the most important and strategic requirements for a country’s industrial development.
A main booth at the ongoing Nanotechnology Exhibition in Tehran has been allocated to emerging products that need financial support from investors for commercialisation.
Fat-repellent coatings for household appliances such as ovens have been unveiled for the first time in Iran during a nanotechnology exhibition in Tehran.
An Iranian knowledge-based company has used nanotechnology to produce nylon fabrics that could cool down human body by reflecting infrared radiation.
An Iranian knowledge-based company has found its way to the Chinese market by producing nanocomposites.
Saeed Sarkar, the head of Iran’s Nanotechnology Headquarters, says the Islamic Republic is exporting its nano products to dozens of other countries and should seek more markets to expand its sphere of activities.
An Iranian knowledge-based company has managed to develop a nano-pharmaceutical that targets cancerous cells and helps treat recurrent cancers.
An Iranian knowledge-based company producing electrostatic nanostructured powder coatings has managed to use nanotechnology in its paint and coating products.
A group of Iranian researchers have developed a nanocarrier that not only has therapeutic effects, but also makes it possible to take images of cancer cells.