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Iran’s minister of science, research, and technology says the Islamic Republic holds the sixth position in the latest world ranking for nano-technology.
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.