Scientists Rediscovered the Eighth Wonder of the World

Scientists have found New Zealand's long-lost pink and white terraces which were buried by a volcanic eruption under layers of ash and mud after more than a century.

'Solar Paint' Could Transform Houses Into a Clean Source of Energy

Researchers from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) has developed a paint that can be used to generate clean energy.

Hamedan IAU Incubator Makes HPV Rapid Detection Kit

The knowledge-based project “Rapid HPV Diagnosis Kit” by Ali Sina Technology Development Center located in Hamadan Islamic Azad University Incubator Center was patented today.

Shahrud IAU Researchers Create Glauber's Salt Out of Waste of Acid Factories

Shahrud IAU Researchers have made Glauber's Salt or sodium sulfate from the waste of acid factories, The production process was chosen as the top and commercialized product in IAU Farhikhtegan Festival.

Scientists Use CRISPR to Slow the Spread of Cancer Cells

Using the CRISPR genome editing technology, scientists from the University of Rochester have interrupted the cell cycle by targeting a protein responsible for preparing the cell for division, called Tudor-SN.

Scientists Develop Curious Robots

Computer scientists have programmed machines which are able to explore their surroundings on their own and learn for the sake of learning.

IAU Chemical Products in 6th Int’l Festival of Inventors, Initiators, and innovators

One of the main purpose of the ‘Economy of Resistance’ is utilizing domestic resources and forces and reducing dependence on foreign products. In this regard, students are the sources of many services and benefits in economic, social and cultural areas.

MIT Researchers Develop a 3D-Printing Technique to Recreate the Conch Shell

Researchers from MIT have developed a 3D printing technology that allowed them to duplicate the conch shell's structure and to test it more closely in the lab.

Pardis IAU Graduates Make Oil–Water Separator Device

Pardis Islamic Azad University graduates have designed a device which separates oil from water.

Indian Teen Designs the World’s Lightest Satellite

An 18 year old student from Pallapatti in Karur district in Tamil Nadu, Rifath Sharook, has designed the world’s lightest satellite which NASA will send into space.

IAU Introduces Mechanical Products in 6th Int’l Festival of Inventors, Initiators, & Innovators

One of the main objectives of the “Economy of Resistance” is employing domestic forces and reducing dependence on foreign products,. Here is a look at how IAU is contributing to this end.

Algae Supply Food and Biofuel

Cultivating algae for food and biofuel could make a serious dent in our greenhouse gas emissions, as well as helping to save freshwater resources and reduce deforestation.

Shiraz IAU Reduces Graphene Oxide to be Used in Touch Screens

Researchers of Shiraz Islamic Azad University have succeeded in reducing Graphene Oxide which can be applied in producing displays.

An Intelligent Flower-Shaped Solar Panel Follows the Sun

An Austrian-based company has created the Smartflower, a solar energy system that aims to provide homes and businesses with plug-and-play power.

RoboCup 2017 Concluded in Tehran

The 12th edition of the international Robocop competitions (RoboCup Iran Open 2017) has been finished after announcing winners in different categories. Teams from 14 countries took part in the 4-day competition.

Battery Converts Body Heat into Electricity

Chinese scientists have developed a gel-based powercell capable of converting body heat into electrical energy.

5 New Subatomic Particles Identified in LHC

The Large Hadron Collider beauty experiment (LHCb) collaboration has announced the discovery of a new system of five particles all in a single analysis.

Researchers Create New ‘Biomimetic’ Glue

Researchers at Purdue University have created an adhesive that works under water and is modeled after the material created by shellfish to stick to surfaces.

Smart Sponge Can Absorb 90 Times Its Weight in Oil

Researchers at Argonne National Lab have developed a new material which can absorb up to 90 times its own weight in spilled oil and then be squeezed out like a sponge and reused.

‘Nano-Warming Technique Rewarms Large-Scale Tissues Preserved at Low Temperatures

A research team at the University of Minnesota, have invented a new technique that can be applied to the “cryopreservation” process and allows frozen organs to be quickly reheated in a way that does not damage them.

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