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17 August 2014 11:29

Iran’s deputy minister of science for research and technology says the country’s share of global science production has increased to 1.69 percent in 2014. Vahid Ahmadi said on Sunday that the figure stood at 1.39 in 2013. He noted that the number of scientific papers, the quality and quantity of documents, patenting inventions, industrial plans, partnership with foreign universities, and the use...

17 August 2014 9:48

Iran’s deputy minister of science for research and technology says the country’s share of global science production has increased to 1.69 percent in 2014. Vahid Ahmadi said on Sunday that the figure stood at 1.39 in 2013. He noted that the number of scientific papers, the quality and quantity of documents, patenting inventions, industrial plans, partnership with foreign universities, and the use...

12 August 2014 0:05

Newly-found evidence indicates that Japan’s electronics giant, Sony, has assisted Israel in its deadly offensive against the besieged Gaza Strip, Press TV reports. A piece of an Israeli rocket discovered by Press TV correspondent in Gaza showed that Sony Corporation has provided the Israel regime with cameras and high-tech control boards to equip its missiles. A camera apparently manufactured by Sony has...

11 August 2014 14:37

Iranian students have achieved the second place at the 2014 International Olympiad on Astronomy and Astrophysics (IOAA) in Romania. Iranian first team participated in Astronomy section swept three gold and two silver medals while the second team garnered one gold and four silver medals of the Astrophysics section at this year’s IOAA held in Suceava, Romania. Ali Reza Alavi, Yazdan Babazadeh Maqsoudlou,...

7 August 2014 10:40

China has reportedly prohibited government agencies from purchasing hardware products made by US Corporation Apple due to security concerns. Unnamed Chinese government officials said Apple devices, such as the iPad, iPad Mini, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, were excluded from a final state procurement list distributed by China’s National Development and Reform Commission and Ministry of Finance last month, Bloomberg reported. They...

6 August 2014 16:01

European Space Agency (ESA)’s Rosetta spacecraft is set to ensconce itself in the orbit of a comet, it has been chasing for more than a decade. On Wednesday, the craft started the final engine burn that will take it into the orbit around Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. It is going to take the probe half an hour to send back a signal showing the...

5 August 2014 13:10

Anonymous hacktivists have once again attacked terrorist israeli websites in protest against Tel Aviv’s onslaught against the Gaza Strip. The worldwide hactivist group took down “hundreds” of Israeli portals, including those belonging to the Israeli intelligence service Mossad and the Israeli military, Russia Today reported on Monday. The group also said they brought down the websites of the terrorist israeli ministry of...

11 July 2014 11:15

A four-year-old American girl, born with HIV and thought to have been cured with aggressive treatment, has had copies of the virus reemerging in her blood. The girl’s mother had the virus while pregnant with her and did not medicate during the pregnancy to avoid her receiving the virus. Found to be bearing the virus only during labor, the girl was placed...

10 July 2014 11:24

In the wake of last week’s revelations that Facebook allowed researchers with direct links to the US Department of Defense to conduct manipulative experiments on its users by influencing their news feeds, new reports have emerged detailing how the Pentagon is funding dozens more studies into how to influence and control social media. Reporters with The London Guardian reveal that DARPA,...

10 July 2014 11:10

A UK-based company has developed a robotic hand outfitted with sensors, which enable it to attain optimal grip over the objects it is presented with. The fingertip-mounted sensors make it possible for Shadow Robot Company’s Dexterous Hand to calculate the pressure it needs to apply to hold an object. Managing director Rich Walker said, "What we've tried to do is put intelligence...

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