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13 September 2009 12:29

Iranian researchers at the Research Institute of the Petroleum Industry (RIPI) managed to carry out lithography process by means of Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) to directly synthesize nanoparticles along with proposing a procedure for putting this method into practice. In this method, a layer of sample is deposited on the base. By applying a force of a few nanonewtons through the...

12 September 2009 14:17

Iran is now able to fix Boeing 747 passenger planes thanks to the sanctions imposed by the US on Iran's air industries, an Iranian aviation official announced on Saturday. "Imposing sanctions on the air industry (of Iran) by the US has made the Iranian experts acquire the knowledge and know-how for repairing Boeing 747 airplanes, "Spokesman of Iran's Aviation Organization Reza...

12 September 2009 12:40

The surface properties of graphite, including its wettability and dispersion in water, were improved by Iranian researchers using nanotechnology. Graphite has found its place in diverse industries specially refractory industries because of its resistance to thermal shocks and corrosion, low density, high strength to weight ratios at high temperatures, sufficiency, and cheapness. However, its poor wettability properties and resistance to oxidation have...

10 September 2009 14:58

Experts at Jazica Co., a research and technical service company in Iran, applied nanoparticle additives to super lubricants to produce a novel product called Nano Mix which demonstrates unique properties. According to the Iranian Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC), the new compound diffuses through concrete structures and fills every small crack needless of any vibration process. Today, lubricants and super lubricants are used...

9 September 2009 13:32

The Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has unveiled a plans by his country to import nuclear know-how from the Islamic Republic of Iran. Chavez told the French Le Figaro daily on Wednesday that his Iranian counterpart President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was an ally and a friend, and that they had agreed to transfer nuclear technology to Venezuela during his visit to Tehran last...

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...

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