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AI Can Find Link between Nature and Happiness

Researchers from universities in Australia and Singapore have claimed that humans are naturally attracted to nature and people around the world have a preference for nature in their fun activities, vacations, and honeymoons.

Australian Researchers Could Understand the Virus by Mapping the Immune Responses

Researchers at Australia's Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity said they had taken an important step in understanding the virus by mapping the immune responses from one of country's first coronavirus patients.

Australia's New South Wales is Finally Free From Bushfires for 1st time in 240 days

For the first time in 240 days, the Australian state of New South Wales is officially free from bushfires.

How Technologies Can Help Fight Bushfire?

As places around the world face drier and hotter weather, intense storms, flash floods, droughts, and ravaging wildfires have become global phenomenon.

Australia's Largest Fire Kills At Least Millions of Animals and 24 People

A series of massive bushfires across Australia are still spreading Record-breaking temperatures and months of severe drought.

Scientists Develop the World’s Most Efficient Lithium-Sulfur Battery

A research team from Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, led by Mahdokht Shaibani and her colleagues have developed a battery with a capacity five times higher than that of lithium-ion batteries.

Scientists Discover New Method to Measure the Age of the Milky Way

A team of 38 scientists led by researchers from Australia’s ARC Centre of Excellence for All Sky Astrophysics in Three Dimensions (ASTRO-3D) have discovered a new way to measure the age of the Milky Way.

Scientists Develop Flu Vaccine Using AI

Australian researchers developed a highly effective new flu vaccine through using artificial intelligence.

Qazvin IAU MRL Team Shines in RoboCup 2019

The MRL team from Qazvin Islamic Azad University won 5 championship titles at the RoboCup 2019 in Sydney, Australia.

Scientists Identify a Unique Brain Signal to Treat Parkinson’s

Researchers from bionics researcher Hugh McDermott from the Bionics Institute in Australia, affiliated with the University of Melbourne have discovered lightning strikes that might affect the systems used for deep brain stimulation (DBS) in Parkinson’s patients and possibly the implants themselves, and particular safety measures should be taken.

Australia to Launch World's Largest Virtual Power Plant

The South Australian government will build the world’s largest virtual power plant t by rolling out solar panels and Tesla batteries to at least 50,000 homes.

World-First Solar Train Left the Platform in Byron Bay, Australia

The world's first train powered entirely by solar power has been now up and running in Byron Bay, Australia.

Operationalization of Sharif and Macquarie University PhD. Contract

An academic delegation from Macquarie University of Australia have visited Sharif University of Technology.

Australia 2017 World Solar Challenge Car Race

The World Solar Challenge has welcomed the greatest minds from around the world to Australia to challenge the norms and travel the outback in a vehicle powered only by the power of the sun.

S & R IAU and Australian Entrepreneurs to Launch Knowledge-Based Companies

A delegation of Australian entrepreneurs met with officials of Islamic Azad University, Science and Research branch and discussed potential fields of cooperation.

Studies Claim Mobile Phones Don't Cause Brain Cancer

Researchers from the University of Sydney in Australia have concluded that there is no link between mobile phone use and brain cancer.

Shiraz IAU Cooperates with Australia, Japan, Lebanon, and Turkey

The head of the Fars province Islamic Azad University has announced the signing of academic Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) with universities in Australia, Japan, Lebanon, and Turkey .

IAU Negotiates with 18 Embassies on Developing Persian Language

The general director of international affairs of Islamic Azad University has stated that “during the past months, IAU’s authorities have negotiated with 18 embassies on developing Persian language and literature in Asian, North African, and East European countries.”

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