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9 September 2009 3:05

Iranian university students at Qazvin's Azad University -- northwest of Tehran -- have designed and produced a new two-seat electric car. A fifteen-member team of university students worked on the new plug-in car for 10 months. The new car, named the Parax, weighs 450 kg and is lighter than another electric car that was unveiled at Tehran's Khaje Nasir Toosi University last...

8 September 2009 6:42

Iranian researchers have developed an Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) putting the country among ten leading countries possessing this nano-technology. Atomic force microscopy employs a cantilever so small that its tip tapers to a nanoscale point which provides scientists with an advanced imaging method in nanoscale points. As the microscope scans, the cantilever bounces up and down in response to the miniscule...

7 September 2009 16:11

Iranian scientists at the Research Institute of Petroleum Industry (RIPI) used iron nanocatalyst instead of iron catalyst for converting syngas to hydrocarbons to increase Fischer-Tropsch process's efficiency up to 1.5 times. Using iron catalysts in Fischer-Tropsch process (converting synthesis gas (a mixture of CO and H2) to hydrocarbons) is of great significance compared to other metals, the Iranian Nanotechnology Initiative Council...

6 September 2009 12:05

Iranian researchers have developed an Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) putting the country among the country among ten leading countries possessing this nano-technology. Atomic force microscopy employs a cantilever so small that its tip tapers to a nanoscale point which provides scientists with an advanced imaging method in nanoscale points. As the microscope scans, the cantilever bounces up and down in...

5 September 2009 6:11

Twenty seven Iranian scientists have been named among the 100-member-list of the most prominent scientists in the world, the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) has announced. The ISI, now part of the Healthcare & Science business of the multi-billion dollar Thomson Reuters Corporation, has put 27 Iranians in different scientific fields were registered among the world's most prominent scientists. Mohammad-Reza Ganjali was...

3 September 2009 18:00

Iran and Ukraine have reportedly reached an agreement to manufacture the AK1-3 ultra-light multi-purpose helicopter in Iran, according to an Iranian official. "Iran signed a deal with Poltava Helicopter Company of Ukraine for the transfer of helicopter production technology to Iran," said Secretary of the Iranian Aviation and Space Industries Association (IASIA) Seyyed Javad Ibn al-Reza. The deal was reached on the...

3 September 2009 0:02

Iranian experts have developed a two-seat plug-in car, which has the necessary standards to be mass-produced for use in urban areas. A fourteen-member group of students in Tehran's Khaje Nasir Toosi University, who have developed the new car, initially planned to manufacture the car to participate in a competition at Sharif University but they later decided to design it in a...

2 September 2009 2:10

Iranian experts at a Tehran university have designed a two-seat plug-in car that will be unveiled in a ceremony this week. The new car, which was designed at Khaje Nasire Toosi University, has been named the Qasedak-e-Nasir (Dandelion of Nasir) and will be unveiled on Thursday, the Mehr News Agency reported. Fourteen students of the university have worked on the project for...

1 September 2009 13:30

The first Iranian two-seat electric urban car will be unveiled on September 3, 2009. Dubbed “Qasedak-e Nasir”, the vehicle was built by a group of young scientists at the Khaje Nasir Toosi University of Technology. The group, including 14 members of the university’s students and graduates, has worked on the project for 10 months. Made from steel, the vehicle is powered...

20 August 2009 14:09

Iran comes one step closer to shipbuilding independence with the launch of its first indigenous ocean liner in the Persian Gulf. The ship dubbed Iran-Arak set sail in the southern province of Hormozgan in a Thursday ceremony attended by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Manufactured by the Iran Shipbuilding and Offshore Industries Complex Co. (ISOICO), the 2200 TEU container ship weighs 7500 tons on...

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