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7 December 2018 15:00

The executive secretary of the ongoing International Iran-Europe CTO-Caspian Meeting in Mashhad city in Northeastern Iran underscored that the US sanctions have not left any negative impacts on the country's scientific growth. "We have succeeded in holding this important congress with the participation of foreign and prominent guests despite sanctions," Behzad Alizadeh told reporters on Thursday. "While many countries are trying to...

2 December 2018 16:43

Iranian Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari announced that Iran stands atop the nations of the region in the production of science and technology. "Now, Iran ranks first in the region in science and technology," Sattari said, addressing a forum on stem cells in Tehran on Saturday. He also referred to Iran's huge progress in the field of stem cells, and...

26 November 2018 16:30

The Middle East’s biggest pharmaceutical factory specializing in production of anticancer drugs was inaugurated in Iran on Monday.   The factory was launched on Monday during a ceremony in the northern province of Alborz attended by Health Minister Seyed Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi. The pharmaceutical factory, which has 9 production lines manufacturing anticancer drugs, was established by the Actoverco pharmaceutical company with an investment...

1 November 2018 15:24

A revolutionary new spinal implant has enabled wheelchair-bound men, with a spinal-cord injury, to walk again, a report says. According to a new research, whose results published in the journal Nature on Wednesday, the paraplegic men regained control of his leg muscles after they were implanted with electrical stimulators that could help compensate for the damage to his spinal cords. The research,...

19 October 2018 17:16

A group of academic elites of the country—including CEOs of knowledge-based enterprises; prominent academics who have returned from abroad; top ranking participants of Olympiads, cross-country contests and scientific festivals; outstanding academic researchers from different universities; exceptionally talented students as well as students ranking top in the 2018 cross-country university entrance exam—met with the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Khamenei,...

8 September 2018 16:23

  Iran's Defense Minister Brigadier Amir Hatami made a visit to center for training astronauts in Beijing, China, on Saturday. General Hatami visited different parts of the Astronaut Center of China (ACC) including the manned space station that is to be operationalized in 2020. China is developing and building a space stations and plans to start assembling it in space in 2020. The...

17 August 2018 8:23

  Iran's Deputy Health Minister for Research and Technology Reza Malekzadeh said Iran in 2017, had the most science production among Islamic nations. Malekzadeh, who was addressing a local ceremony at a health center in northern Tehran, said that also in the first six months of 2018 the country has made great scientific achievements. He said in the year 2018 Iran have overtaken...

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...

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