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29 April 2015 6:30

Iranian scientists have successfully reduced the side effects of a cancer drug by infusing it with nanotechnology. Researchers at the Tabriz University of Medical Sciences discovered that the side effects of the drug Mitoxantrone could be reduced when the chemotherapeutic agent is infused with liposomic nanocarriers, which are created with cholesterol derivatives, IRNA reported on Tuesday. Mitoxantrone is a cancer drug that...

27 April 2015 20:10

An influential Iranian trade official says American car manufacturers should not be given “easy” access to Iran’s “lucrative auto market”. Assadollah Asgaroladi, the head of Iran-China Chamber of Commerce, said “we should not get overjoyed at the presences of American car manufacturers in Iran.” “To enter Iran’s market, Americans should observe some conditions and show that they committed to Iran’s market. Otherwise,...

27 April 2015 20:00

Iranian researchers have produced a nano-drug which has proven effective in battling treatment resistant cancers. The Cancer Research Center of Tehran University of Medical Sciences produced the polymer-based nanocarrier for the targeted release of the anti-cancer drug curcumin, ISNA reported on Sunday. “This nanocarrier was made without the use of poisonous catalysts and has proven successful in clinical trials on a number...

27 April 2015 7:08

Iranian researchers have produced a nano-drug which has proven effective in battling treatment resistant cancers. The Cancer Research Center of Tehran University of Medical Sciences produced the polymer-based nanocarrier for the targeted release of the anti-cancer drug curcumin, ISNA reported on Sunday. “This nanocarrier was made without the use of poisonous catalysts and has proven successful in clinical trials on a number...

24 April 2015 9:13

A high-ranking Iranian petrochemical industry official says several European countries have indicated their willingness to invest in Iran's petrochemical sector once international sanctions against the country are removed. According to Ministry of Petroleum’s SHANA news agency, Abbas She’ri-Moqaddam, managing director of the National Petrochemical Company (NPC), noted that once sanctions are removed, Iran will be ready to cooperate with countries that...

19 April 2015 8:51

Iran unveiled a new home-made programmable drone named 'Basir' in a ceremony on the occasion of the Army Day on Saturday. "Basir is a self-control drone that moves according to the flight plan in the specified routes and land in the same take-off point after ending its mission," an official of the Northwestern city of Zanjan's 216 Armored Brigade Mohammad Mohammadi...

12 April 2015 15:50

An Iranian pharmaceutical materials scientist has received UNESCO’s “contributions to science and nanotechnology” award. Professor Soodabeh Davaran received the award at the UNESCO Headquarters in the French capital Paris on Friday, said the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology on Saturday. According to IRNA, Davaran is an associate professor at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine at Tabriz University of Medical Science, and...

11 April 2015 14:39

Iran on Saturday unveiled 6 new knowledge-based products in a ceremony in the presence of Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari at North Khorassan's science and technology park. The products which were unveiled today included the third and fourth generations of composite tanks, Toosa file sharing system and browsers for easy access to goods and services, production of new forms...

9 April 2015 20:10

Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi announced the country's plans to further improve its capabilities in laser technology with applications in industrial, agricultural and medical areas. "We have made achievements in the field of laser and will further develop them," Salehi said, addressing a ceremony in Tehran on Thursday to mark the National Nuclear Technology...

6 April 2015 13:52

A missile defense system that cost a fortune for the Pentagon has been proved to be a total failure, leaving the United States' defense system vulnerable, a new report says. The Pentagon has spent $2.2 billion into the Sea-Based X-Band Radar (SBX) which was proved to be unworkable, the Los Angeles Times reported. The Missile Defense Agency (MDA) which claimed the radar...

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