The latest news and views about nanotechnology and Iran’s achievements in this field – Nanotechnology (News) in Iran
A strong drug for leishmaniasis developed by an Iranian knowledge-based company will be put on display at this year’s edition of Tehran Nanotechnology Exhibition.
Saeed Sarkar, the Secretary-General of the Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC), says the country is currently exporting its nano-products to a number of developed countries including the UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, Australia, Japan and South Korea.
Saeed Sarkar, the Secretary-General of the Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC), has hailed the Islamic Republic’s great accomplishments in the field of nanotechnology, saying that Iran has outperformed many leading countries in the world in this discipline.
The 11th edition of Tehran Nanotechnology Exhibition will be held from October 13 to 16, 2018, in the Iranian capital, putting on display the world’s latest achievements in the field of nanotechnology.
A group of Iranian researchers has developed smart nano-absorbents and nano-composites using the essence of cinnamon.
Iranian nano-companies operating in the field of water are seeking to secure a share of the lucrative market in East Asia.
Iranian scientists have managed to obtain cellulose from weed and use it in encapsulating nanomedicine useful for treating cancerous tissues.
Iranian researchers have used nanotechnology to develop antibacterial polyester strings that cause the least degree of poisoning for human body.
Iranian researchers have used nanotechnology and medicinal plants to produce hospital clothes and bed sheets which reduce infection in the hospital environment.
Iranian researchers have used nanotechnology to develop fire-proof fabric which is slow to burn and, hence, can stem the spread of flames.
Four Iranian nanotechnology firms showcased their achievements in the seventeenth edition of the world’s largest nanotechnology exhibition held in Japan earlier this week.
Iranian scientists from the Iran University of Science and Technology (IUST) have managed to produce a new type of nano-absorbers highly capable of diminishing the emission of greenhouse gases.
Iranian Vice-President for Science and Technology Affairs Sorena Sattari says the country has begun exporting nano-products and equipment to such developed countries as South Korea.
Iranian and Armenian companies have signed a memorandum of understanding on the transfer of nanotechnology.
A report shows that the Islamic Republic of Iran ranks among the world’s top countries in giving emergency and organized response to natural disasters as well as in terms of achieving substantial progress in different disciplines, sciences and sectors.
During the 23rd International Agricultural Trade Fair, also known as Iran Agro Food 2016, which was recently held in Tehran, six new nanoproducts were put on display in the field of agriculture and food industry.
Iranian researchers have discovered that the side effects of the drug Mitoxantrone could be reduced when the chemotherapeutic agent is infused with liposomic nanocarriers.