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3 July 2018 4:52

  Syrian Higher Education Minister Atef Naddaf discussed on Monday with Iranian Minister of Science, Research and Technology Mansour Gholami means to enhance joint scientific and research cooperation. During the meeting which was held in the Iranian capital of Tehran, Naddaf said that the Syrian universities and educational centers continued to provide services despite the acts of vandalism and destruction by terrorist...

14 June 2018 12:33

  The Iranian researchers at Tehran University of Medical Sciences and Razi University produced a nano-engine which can separate the cancerous cells from Leukemia blood samples. "The nano-engine, moving in a solution containing hydrogen peroxide, is led to cancerous cells by a magnetic field so that it can attach to the cancerous cells using its special receptors and separate it from the...

13 June 2018 16:39

  The Iranian researchers at Tehran University of Medical Sciences and Razi University produced a nano-engine which can separate the cancerous cells from Leukemia blood samples. "The nano-engine, moving in a solution containing hydrogen peroxide, is led to cancerous cells by a magnetic field so that it can attach to the cancerous cells using its special receptors and separate it from the...

11 June 2018 15:50

  Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi announced that the construction work for building a special hospital to treat cancer patients with ion-therapy will end in 2021. "Construction of the sper-modern and super-specialized ion-therapy hospital to treat cancer will be terminated by the end of the 12th government (2021) in cooperation with the health ministry," Salehi...

4 March 2018 17:01

  Iranian researchers have produced a new type of medicine named 'Polypill' which helps reduction of premature death resulting from heart attack and stroke. "One of the reasons for the Iranians' premature death is heart attack and stroke. We have made efforts in our researches in the past 15 years to decrease the rate of premature death," Deputy Health Minister for Research...

11 October 2017 11:15

  Indonesian Minister of Research, Technology and Higher Education Mohammad Nasir called for promotion of Tehran-Jakarta scientific relations to higher levels, saying his repective country is keen on boosting scientific relations in various fields with Iran. Nasir, currently in Iran at the head of a high-ranking delegation of higher education officials, expressed pleasure over his visit to the University of Shiraz, in...

14 September 2017 21:54

  A team of Iranian researchers has developed a new method, which takes advantage of an algorithm to detect child patients with autism using eye blinking. According to a report released on the website of Iranian Vice-Presidency for Science and Technology, Iranian researchers at Shahid Beheshti University’s Institute for Cognitive and Brain Science have developed a new algorithm to distinguish patients with...

3 December 2016 10:14

  Head of the Mustafa Prize Nano-science and Nanotechnology Jury Committee, Ali Beitollahi, has elaborated on the details of a Science and Technology Exchange Program in the Muslim world, dubbed STEP, where he referred to the Mustafa Prize as a much-needed scientific network that connects Muslim scientists from around the world. The Mustafa(pbuh) Prize, an award that honors scientific contributions of Muslims,...

3 October 2016 18:25

Iranian researchers used nanotechnology to design a sensor which is able to measure low amounts of vitamin C in body, INIC reports. According to Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC), Iranian researchers from Tabriz University of Medical Sciences and Urmia University used nanotechnology to design a sensor which is able to measure low amounts of vitamin C in body and is more accurate...

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