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.
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.
A number of Iranian schoolboys and schoolgirls have managed to win five gold, three silver and four bronze medals and a diploma of honour at the 5th International Tournament of Mathematics without Borders held from June 30 to July 2 in Nessebar, Bulgaria.
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 Islamic Republic of Iran is set to send another satellite into space as part of the country’s space program.
A group of Iranian scientists backed by their foreign counterparts have managed to find a treatment for the Parkinson’s disease.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the Islamic Republic is ready to deepen its relations with Belarus in all fields, especially in science and modern technologies.
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.
The Islamic Republic of Iran is to expand its exports of knowledge-based products to China.
Iranian researchers have used nanotechnology to develop antibacterial polyester strings that cause the least degree of poisoning for human body.
Iran’s Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari says new generations of startups in Iran are run by youths under 30 and generate multimillion-dollar incomes.
Iranian researchers have used nanotechnology and medicinal plants to produce hospital clothes and bed sheets which reduce infection in the hospital environment.
The Iranian capital of Tehran is to host the 7th edition of International Innovation and Technology Exhibition (INOTEX) 2018 from July 5 to 7.
A number of Iranian professors have managed to receive the standards approval of the International Telecommunication Union and now can hold ITU workshops across the globe, said an academic official.
An Iranian scientist and his team have developed a 3-D printer used to produce skin in order to heal wounds.
Iranian researchers have used nanotechnology to develop fire-proof fabric which is slow to burn and, hence, can stem the spread of flames.
Iranian nanotechnology firms held their first meeting with South Korean companies this week in a bid to explore grounds for cooperation and commercialisation of products.
A group of Iranian girls from a faraway village in Iran’s most underdeveloped province have come up with a new initiative to sell their handmade crafts and spend the money they earn in the education and health sectors of their village.
A quick review of the reports on precipitation in Iran over the past month indicates that 27 provinces across the country will experience their worst-ever drought throughout the current year.
Iran has deployed a balloon in its border with Iraq as part of an unprecedented project to provide free Wi-Fi internet service for the Arba’een pilgrims.