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30 January 2015 8:04

President Hassan Rouhani on Thursday said Iran should get new prospects in space technology as it did in the fields of information, nanotechnology and biotechnological activities. The President made the remarks in a gathering on improving adminsitrative structures which was instructed by the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei. President Rouhani also stressed the need to restructure Iranian...

24 January 2015 15:46

For the first time ever, scientists have slowed down the speed of light – particles known as photons – as it traveled through free space, a study says. Scientists successfully reduced the speed of photon particles as they traveled in free space after passing through a special mask, researchers from the University of Glasgow and Heriot-Watt University, both in Scotland, said...

8 January 2015 15:47

Iranian researchers in cooperation with their Argentinean counterparts succeeded in the production of a biosensor by using graphene sheets. High sensitivity, selectivity and reusability are among the advantages of the sensor. The sensor has been produced and evaluated at laboratorial scale. Pregabalin, trademark Lyrica, is an anti-epilepsy and anti-convulsion drug that is used for controlling convulsion and the treatment of fibromyalgia (muscular...

6 January 2015 19:54

Tehran is preparing to orbit its new home-made satellite named 'AUT Sat' next Iranian year (to start on March 21). "The building of the AUT Sat satellite is moving in a desirable process and according to the time-table, and it will be launched next year," Head of Amir Kabir University of Technology Seyed Ahmad Mo'tamedi told the state-run news agency on...

4 January 2015 16:52

An Iranian expert built the world's first missile-evading drone with a self-destructive capability for dangerous situations. "Given the daily progress of drones as well as the increased missile power to destroy them, a missile-evading drone was designed and built for the first time in the world which can escape thermal and air-to-air missiles and no missile can approach the drone...

3 January 2015 12:58

A lawsuit has been file against Apple Corporation accusing the US-based firm of promising more available storage space than it can actually deliver in products such as iPhones, iPads and iPod touch. The lawsuit, which was reportedly lodged with US District Court in Northern California earlier this week, argues that while Apple touts 16 gigabytes of digital storage on lower price...

3 January 2015 12:50

A senior Iranian military officer says the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has thwarted an Israeli assassination attack on an Iranian nuclear scientist. “The Zionist enemy (Israel) took action to assassinate a nuclear scientist during the past two years, but the timely presence of IRGC security men thwarted this operation,” Fars news agency quoted a deputy IRGC chief for security, identified...

31 December 2014 18:21

Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran Ali Akbar Salehi announced that AEOI experts have built 7 new state-of-the-art laser systems for medical applications. "These laser systems include holmium lasers and second harmonic laser systems with applications in prostate surgery and kidney stone crusher machine, erbium laser and bio-di laser systems for dentistry, a fractional laser system to help...

31 December 2014 9:51

Islamic Azad University of Tehran unveiled an 80-kg, two-seat plug-in vehicle. A two-seater electric vehicle built by a group of students and professors in Qazvin Islamic Azad University was unveiled in Azad University of Tehran with the presence of the head of Iran's Islamic Azad University Hamid Mirzadeh, the head of Qazvin Islamic Azad University as well as some officials of...

30 December 2014 10:14

A German computer hacker has demonstrated how easy it is to foil biometric fingerprint security by using nothing but commercial software and a couple of high resolution photos of one’s hand. To prove it, he recreated the German defense minister’s print. German hacker Jan Krissler, aka 'Starbug,' claimed that by using a high resolution photograph and freely available commercial software,...

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