Science and Technology in Iran
Science and Technology in Iran (Sci & Tech) – The latest news and views about Science and Technology in Iran, focused on various fields such as Healthcare, E-Commerce, Startups and innovative companies.
For the first time in the Middle East, Iranian scientists have successfully indigenized the advanced technology used in cloud seeding radars as part of efforts to address the issue of water scarcity in the country.
Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi has said the country is ready to share its technological and knowledge-based achievements with members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation, D-8.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has on Iran’s Aircraft Manufacturing Industries, HESA, to produce passenger planes.
Iran’s achievements in the field of stem cells has helped the country advance in a regenerative medicine, a branch of medicine dealing with the replacement of damaged cells.
It’s now possible to protect buildings with steel structures from fire with Iranian-made products. A knowledge-based company has succeeded in producing a coating for metal buildings that delays reaching a critical temperature. Mohammad Amir Karimi, CEO of Abtik Pooshesh Aria Knowledge-based Company, said the fire-resistant coating of this company has very good physical, mechanical and chemical properties.
A two-day exhibition showcasing the latest achievements and products of knowledge-based and creative companies has opened in the Iranian capital Tehran.
Iran's Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari says the field of space technology has provided a huge market for knowledge-based companies.
Some Iranian universities’ access to the world’s scientific centers has been blocked due to their debts, said an official with the country’s Ministry of Science, Research and Technology.
Iran’s minister of communications and information technology announced the return of the 430 gigabyte capacity of the country's Internet bandwidth, which had been lost some time ago.
Iran’s Nanotechnology Innovation Council says the country has ranked fourth in the global rankings in the field for the fourth year in a row.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman says claiming that the recent launch of a satellite carrier by Tehran was in violation of UN Security Council Resolution 2231 is a pointless fallacy.
Apple has filed a lawsuit against NSO Group, the Israeli spyware developer blacklisted by the United States, accusing the firm of targeting and surveilling Apple users.
Iran will have produced some 20 million doses of the Razi Cov Pars coronavirus vaccine by March 2022.
Federal agencies in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia have claimed hackers linked to the Iranian government are behind an ongoing campaign targeting critical infrastructure, including hospitals in the US. Iran stresses the country is itself a victim of cyberattacks by the US and Israel.
Iran and Uzbekistan are to hold their second meeting on trade and technology in a bid to boost mutual interactions in those areas. Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari is to travel to Uzbekistan on November 22 heading a trade-technology delegation in a bid to lay the groundwork for closer technological cooperation between the two sides.
An Iranian breed of goat is larger than a donkey and cannot be found in any other place around the world.
Iranian inventors have won three gold medals and a silver at the 2021 International Exhibition of Inventions in Zagreb, Croatia.