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17 April 2016 20:32

  Telegram Company has reportedly prevented tens of thousands of people across the world from accessing the account of Yemen’s Arabic-language al-Masirah satellite television network, without providing any explanations for the measure. Clients of the cloud-based instant messaging service encountered “Sorry, this channel is no longer accessible” either on their mobile phone or computer screens early on Sunday, meaning that the company has deleted...

13 April 2016 9:15

In a new heart failure study, the blood system is being explored for the purpose of improving heart function. The study has revealed the potential of a secondary system that had previously received scant attention. Heart failure affects over one million people in France. Although the blood system is the first to have been explored for the purpose of improving heart...

11 April 2016 7:12

  Iranian official announced the launch of the world's largest neurosurgical hospital in Tehran by the end of Iranian Persian year, on March 20, 2017. Deputy of Resources and Management Development of the Vice Presidency for Science Affairs Alireza Daliri told reporters on Sunday that the largest hospital owned by distinguished Iranian neurosurgeon and medical scientist Professor Majid Samii, is physically prepared,...

7 April 2016 12:10

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in a ceremony on Thursday unveiled 12 new achievements of the country’s peaceful nuclear industry, ahead of the National Nuclear Technology Day. New zonal centrifuges and ultracentrifuges manufactured in the country were among the accomplishments unveiled at the ceremony in Tehran. Zonal centrifuges are used to separate cells organelles in a large-capacity rotating chamber. They are used for...

6 April 2016 10:21

A factory was opened in Iran on Wednesday for the mass-production of HMX (octogen) explosives, which are used to increase the efficiency of different missiles and air defense weapons. The factory was opened at the Defense Industries Organization of Iranian Defense Ministry in a ceremony in Tehran. Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan was present at the ceremony. The Iranian defense ministry has...

6 April 2016 7:28

In a series of studies conducted in rats, researchers have found that eating blueberries could help to reduce the genetic and biochemical drivers behind depression and suicidal tendencies associated with the disorder. For many people suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), available medical treatments offer only limited relief. "We need to conduct a clinical trial in people to be certain that this...

5 April 2016 9:06

Blocking the blood supply of small cell lung cancer tumors may help reduce their growth and delay the regrowth process after treatment, new research indicates. The study by researchers at Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine has found that blocking the blood supply of small cell lung cancer tumors may help reduce their growth and delay the regrowth process...

30 March 2016 20:35

  President of Iranian Genetics Society says significant advances were made in genetics in the past Iranian year (ended March 20) including the authorization of two genetics drugs for marketing and the unveiling of Bt cotton. Mahmoud Tavallaei told Mehr News the Genetics Society has more than 65 years of history in Iran and has made some significant advances in genetics in...

29 March 2016 15:50

New research bolsters evidence that a simple blood test may be used to detect concussions. Concussions are one of the thorniest issues facing sports today. But an Orlando, Florida, doctor may have just changed the game of how head injuries are diagnosed. A new study suggests that a protein linked with head trauma may be present in blood up to a week...

22 March 2016 10:45

Babies form similar generalizations about others and try to appease adults they consider prone to anger, new pieces of research indicate. Adults often form fast opinions about each other's personalities, especially when it comes to negative traits. If we see someone argue with another driver over a parking space, for instance, we may assume that person tends to be confrontational. Two new...

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