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18 September 2014 23:42

Iranian Sydney University PhD student has developed an injectable biomaterial that will allow patients with really bad cartilage damage or spinal cord injuries to avoid unnecessary surgery. Interestingly, it was originally developed as a new material to help patients with serious bone fractures; however, this Iranian scientist expanded his invention and pronounced himself a hero in the cosmetic surgery industry. His material...

17 September 2014 19:21

The Iranian Army’s Ground Forces are poised to unveil two newly-developed military hardware, the commander of the forces says. "An infantry fighting vehicle (IFV) equipped with a cannon and a 23-mm sniper rifle are to be unveiled soon as two new products of the Army’s Ground Forces,” Brigadier General Ahmad Reza Pourdastan said on Wednesday. He added that the IFV is being...

17 September 2014 10:49

Panasonic has debuted a hybrid smartphone-camera sporting the largest imaging sensor yet to feature on a smartphone. The Photokina trade show in Cologne saw the company lifting the curtain off Lumix DMC-CM1, whose camera has been fitted with a 1 inch 20-megapixel sensor. Probably monopolizing the attention of mobile photographers so far has been Samsung's Galaxy K Zoom, which the Panasonic...

11 September 2014 23:32

The scaffold has been designed for the treatment of damaged bones and has the ability to carry and release drugs in a controlled manner. According to Katayoun Nazemi, one of the researchers, the aim of the scaffold production was to use it in the treatment of damaged bones, and in the release of antibiotics and anti-inflammation drugs implanted on the scaffold. The...

11 September 2014 11:26

A solar storm, which registers "extreme" on forecasters' scale, is barreling towards the Earth. It is yet to be known when the highly-charged ejecta from a solar eruption, which took place on Wednesday, will strike the Earth. Tom Berger, director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s Space Weather Prediction Center in Boulder, Colorado, said, "There's been a giant magnetic explosion...

10 September 2014 21:55

Iranian researchers have produced anti-depressant pills, using saffron extract, an official at the Mashhad University of Medical Sciences said. Bijan Malaekeh said the country is resolved to mass produce crocin tablets used for recovery of depression, the Iranian students' news agency reported. "The anti-depressant properties of this medicine have been proved in a clinical study," Malaekeh went on to say. The study has...

7 September 2014 23:16

The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) will build two new nuclear power plants in the Southern province of Bushehr in a seven-year timespan, Bushehr Governor General Mostafa Salari announced on Sunday. "We should prepare the grounds for training skilled and semi-skilled manpower in this period (of seven years)," Salari said, addressing a ceremony in Bushehr province. Last week, AEOI Chief...

7 September 2014 15:31

An Iranian scientist managed to build high-pressure capsule to be used by pilots in case of emergency situations. Ali Akbar Habiba, a researcher in Danesh Bonyan Institute in Pardis Technology Park said, “high-pressure capsules are used by pilots on airplanes or helicopters to extinguish fire at the shortest possible time. “ “Other uses of this device is during emergency landing when...

3 September 2014 13:12

Shahin Akhundzadeh said through 2012-2013, Iran could rank 17th in term of medical sciences and productions. He added that forty percent of the country’s productions are among medical productions. According to a Press TV report Iran has taken wide strides in science and technology in recent years despite US sanctions. Iran’s 2009 growth rate in science and technology was highest globally, being...

3 September 2014 13:09

Ali Akbar Salehi said on Wednesday that laser technology is used in strategic industries and medication which is necessary for a country’s progress. In 3rd Conference on Lasers and their Applications Salehi addressed the meeting and said that the laser production is an indicator of an improvement in the country’s nuclear industry cooperation with other research centers. Salehi added that lasers play...

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