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​Iran’s tech market continues to boom despite US sanctions

​Iran’s tech market continues to boom despite US sanctions

​Iran’s tech market continues to boom despite the US sanctions against the country, while the bans have merely restricted the global giants’ access to Iran’s lucrative tech market, a new report says.

 
Iran is about to design and export drones to Russia

Iran is about to design and export drones to Russia

"Joint venture with the Russian has kicked off in design and export of certain UAVs," pointed out IAIO Director Brig. Gen. Banitarafi.

 
Iran to export aviation tech to other countries

Iran to export aviation tech to other countries

Islamic Republic of Iran plans to export aviation technology to other countries.

 
Iran releases list of home-made bio-tech medicines

Iran releases list of home-made bio-tech medicines

Iran has released the list of 29 domestically bio-tech medicines under production in line with its self sufficiency policies.

 
Iranian math genius passes away

Iranian math genius passes away

Award-winning Iranian mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani has reportedly passed away due to cancer at a hospital in the United States.

 
Freedom of Information website launched in Iran

Freedom of Information website launched in Iran

Iran has launched a website that allows its citizens to freely seek and obtain information from all government organizations and institutions according to law.

 
Study suggests Earth’s magnetic field “simpler than we thought”

Study suggests Earth’s magnetic field “simpler than we thought”

Scientists have found similar patterns in the Earth’s magnetic field that evolve on the order of over a millennium bringing new understanding into how the field works and also a predictability to changes ...

 
5’000 modern method physicians to revive Islamic medicine

Iranian cleric:

5’000 modern method physicians to revive Islamic medicine

Iranian cleric attending conference on medicine and religion announced that 5’000 conventional medicine physicians have left modern medicine methods to implement Islamic medicine.

 
Hackers targeting nuclear power plant operators in US: Report

Hackers targeting nuclear power plant operators in US: Report

Since May, unidentified hackers have been breaking into computer networks of companies that operate American nuclear power stations, energy facilities and manufacturing plants, a report says.

 
Higher IQ in childhood associated with longer life

Higher IQ in childhood associated with longer life

Higher intelligence in childhood is associated with a lower lifetime risk of major causes of death, including heart disease, stroke, smoking related cancers, respiratory disease and dementia, according ...

 
Iran launches new clinical research center, moves to reverse brain drain

Iran launches new clinical research center, moves to reverse brain drain

Iran’s Institute of Medical Science and Technology at the University of Shahid Beheshti has launched new research clinic to compile and analyze clinical data.

 
Iran

Iran's ICT shows one spot improvement

Iran’s ICT Development Index reported by ITU for 2016 shows one spot improvement compared with last year, ranking the country as 89th.

 
Human colons grown in lab change study of GI diseases

Human colons grown in lab change study of GI diseases

Scientists have generated human embryonic stem cells with the use of stem cells in a laboratory that function much like natural human tissues when transplanted into mice, new research has shown.

 
Body heat used by flexible wearable electronics as source of energy

Body heat used by flexible wearable electronics as source of energy

North Carolina State University engineers designed a flexible thermoelectric energy harvester

 
India fires satellite-carrying rocket into space

India fires satellite-carrying rocket into space

India fired a rocket carrying 31 small satellites into space on Friday, several of them for European countries looking for high resolution earth images, underlining its strength as a low-cost provider ...

 
Iran to extend int

Iran to extend int'l cooperation in marine field

"Iran and German researchers are about to develop their cooperation in marine field," announced Iranian secretary of the national network of marine research.

 
Iran

Iran's 1st nanofiber production designed in S. Korea

Iran has designed for the first time nanofiber production line in South Korea.

 
Brain dead man saves three lives in Isfahan

Brain dead man saves three lives in Isfahan

41-old man in Iran’s central Province of Isfahan has saved three other patients in line for receiving lung and kidney.

 

'Wound dressing to be produced by amniotic membrane'

Wound dressing to be produced by amniotic membrane easing the process of burns and skin ulcers recovery.

 
Desertification, main challenges ahead of Int

Desertification, main challenges ahead of Int'l communities

Desertification is of main challenges the international communities is mired in and counted as the major threat to ecosystems and human life.

 
Bioengineered human livers copy natural growth

Bioengineered human livers copy natural growth

Researchers bioengineering human liver tissues have found new networks of genetic-molecular crosstalk that control the organ's growth processes, greatly advancing efforts to generate healthy and usable ...

 
44 Iranian Institutions Among Top Islamic World Scientific Entities

44 Iranian Institutions Among Top Islamic World Scientific Entities

Different Iranian institutions, artists, athletes and scientific centers have made outstanding achievements in the past one year setting the country among top Islamic states.

 
A glance at Iran

A glance at Iran's made headways in space division

Iran's eleventh government reaped many an achievement in space division during its elapsed four year period. Below IRNA took a glance at these headways.

 
Iranian baby born from frozen embryo after 14 years

Iranian baby born from frozen embryo after 14 years

A baby has been born from frozen embryo, cryopreservation, in a hospital in the Iranian city of Isfahan.

 
Top cleric lectures those standing against Palestine

Top cleric lectures those standing against Palestine

"Today, some certain currents back the regime of Zionism publicly and stand against the Islamic Republic of Iran," highlighted Secretary General of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools ...

 
Scientists Unearth Ibn Sina’s 11th Century Discovery

Scientists Unearth Ibn Sina’s 11th Century Discovery

In a paper published by Cornell University in New York, German scientists have uncovered a text written by famous Muslim Iranian scientist and philosopher Ibn Sina (or Avicenna), who reported sighting ...

 
NASA Names Asteroid after Iranian Scientist

NASA Names Asteroid after Iranian Scientist

NASA names asteroid after Iranian scientist The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has named an asteroid in the solar system after Firouz Naderi, an Iranian scientist and the former ...

 
Russia hopes to launch satellite for Iran in 2018

Russia hopes to launch satellite for Iran in 2018

Russia hopes to launch a satellite observation system for the Islamic Republic of Iran in two years.

 
Nationwide Quran Competition Begins in Iraq

Nationwide Quran Competition Begins in Iraq

According to the website of the Astan (custodianship) of Imam Hussein (AS) holy shrine, Quran memorizers from different parts of the Arab country are attending the contest.

 
Ayatollah Araki highlights the key role of Velayat Faqih

Ayatollah Araki highlights the key role of Velayat Faqih

Secretary General of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought placed stress on the key role of Velayat Faqih.

 
 
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Human brain evolves to work in multiple tongues

Most people in the world speak more than one language, suggesting the human brain evolved to work in multiple tongues. If so, asks Gaia Vince, are those who speak only one language missing out?

 
 
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