UT, Jiangsu University Ink Co-op MoU

Tehran university (Kish international Pardis) and Jiangsu University of China have signed a cooperation Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in order to collaborate in running international research center.

China Developing the Biggest Artificial Rain Experiment Ever

China is building the foundations of what will become the largest artificial rain experiment in history.

Yasaman Mohammad

Dr. Velayati Meets with China’s Foreign Policy Advisory Committee / In Photos

Iranian Leader's top adviser for International Affairs Ali Akbar Velayati met with a member of China’s Foreign Policy Advisory Committee in order to deepen the relations, in Tehran.

Chinese Space Station Tiangong-1 Comes Down in Pacific Ocean

China’s Tiangong-1 space station has come down in the Pacific Ocean.

Researchers Create a Device Collecting Energy From Sunlight & Raindrops

Researchers, Yuqiang Liu et al., at Soochow University in China, have designed a device that harvests solar energy in sunny conditions and the mechanical energy of falling raindrops in rainy conditions.

Here Are 6 of China’s Renewable Energy Projects

China is seen by many as the emerging global superpower and according to the International Energy Agency, new solar photovoltaic capacity grew by 50 percent in 2016.

Hazhar Zaheri

Sanchi Sailors Memorial Ceremony / In Photos

A memorial ceremony for Sanchi sailors was held in Shaheed Motahhari High School in the heart of Tehran, with the presence of a large number of other high-ranking security and governmental officials including President Rouhani, Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani, Vice President Eshagh Jahangiri, Interior Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, and IRGC Commander Mohammad Ali Jafari. An oil tanker Sanchi, was carrying 136,000 tons of oil from Iran to South Korea when it collided with the Hong Kong-registered CF Crystal freighter in the East China Sea on January 7. All 32 members of the tanker were killed.

President Hassan Rouhani Extends Condolences Over Iran Oil Tanker Tragedy

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani extended his condolences to the families of sailors of the Iranian oil tanker, the Sanchi, who died after their oil tanker collided with another vessel off China's east coast.

Ayatollah Khamenei Expresses Sympathy over Oil Tanker Tragedy

The Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has offered his deep condolences over the deaths of Iranian oil tanker crews which caught fire and sank in Eastern China.

Iranian Tanker Sinks, All Crew Presumed Dead

Iranian oil tanker Sanchi, which caught fire last Saturday night after it collided with the CF Crystal, a Hong Kong-registered bulk freighter carrying wheat from the US, about 160 nautical miles east of the Yangtze estuary, has been sealed.

Beijing to Build a Giant $2.1 Billion Research Park

China is planning to build a 13.8 billion yuan ($2.12 billion) artificial intelligence development park in the city’s west, the official Xinhua news agency reported.

Tehran SAMA IAU Prof. Shines in 20th Asia Masters Athletics C’ships

Iranian senior runner and professor of IAU- affiliated Tehran SAMA Organization, Shahnaz Goudarzi, has snatched a bronze medal in Asian senior championships in China.

China & US Coop in Replacing Chinese-Made Nuclear Reactor in Ghana

Chinese specialists in cooperation with US technicians, have successfully replaced a Chinese-made nuclear reactor in Ghana that was producing highly-enriched fissionable materials easily used in making nuclear bombs, with a safer, more reliable version.

Maragheh IAU Student Becomes Champion in Beijing 2017 World Archery Para C’ships

A student of Maragheh Islamic Azad University has shined in the 2017 edition of World Archery Para Championships in Beijing, China.

Yasaman Mohammad

Made-in-China Project / In Photos

Tehran’s Azadi Square hosted Negar Farajiani’s “Made in China” in collaboration with Narsciss M.sohrabi on Monday, October 23, 2017. This ongoing project is an experiment in citizen participation and interactive art in a public space, in the form of a giant three-colored beach ball. This art project was initiated in 2011 and has been displayed in nine cities in five different countries over the course of the last six years. During these years, 3 colors ball passing beyond borders using interaction and play, concerns interdisciplinary concepts like the definition of space and how it is consumed by the contemporary citizen, how a space is introduced, and the presence of an ‘object’ in a public space. Made-in-China is definitely an undeniable fact due to the principle of supply and demand. Any kind of demand or idea, ranging from the most primitive to the most complex ones. Playing with the three-color beach ball in a win-lose game is an allegory for a serious game that makes huge profits for certain people while creating huge losses for others. The 'game' suppresses domestic production by changing economic and consumption patterns.

China Takes Indirect Route to Acquire Stakes in India’s Biggest Oil Refineries

Chinese oil firms’ interest in picking up stakes in global oil firms like Saudi Aramco and Rosneft, which have or are going to have stakes in India’s biggest oil refineries, is being seen as China’s attempt to enter India’s oil sector indirectly.

Iranian Students Become Champion in 2017 Asian-Pacific University Futsal & Cheerleading C’ship

The Iranian students' national futsal team ranked first and lifted the trophy at the conclusion of the 2017 Asian-Pacific University Futsal & Cheerleading Championship in China.

Robot Dentist Successfully Completes First Ever Operation

Researchers at Beihang University in Beijing and the Fourth Military Medical University’s Stomatological Hospital have developed a robot dentist carried out a dental operation successfully without helping from humans for the first time.

Mianeh IAU Karateka Snatches Gold in Ashgabat 2017

A PE student of Mianeh Isamic Azad University has presented outstanding performances claimed gold medal at the 5th edition of Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games (AIMAG) in Ashgabat.

Khomeyni Shahr IAU Robotic Team Ranks 3rd at RobotChallenge 2017

The Horizon team of Khomeyni Shahr IAU has achieved outstanding results during their participation in the 2017 RobotChallenge, which was held in Beijing, China from August 4 to 6.

China Picks Up a Top "Manipulation" Prize at RoboCup 2017

The WrightEagle team from the University of Science and Technology of China, “Kejia” took on all comers over the weekend to be named “Best in Manipulation” at this year’s RoboCup in Nagoya, Japan.

First Robots Work Security at Shenzhen Airport

The first intelligent robots began their beats as security guards at Shenzhen airport,, China.

Air Pollution Causes 5.5 Million Deaths Worldwide Annually

According to new research, more than 5.5 million people die annually due to both outdoor and household air pollution -- one of the leading global risk factors for disease.

Scientists Make Smart Self-folding Material

Chinese researchers have produced a smart material which can be programmed multiple times to fold itself into complex shapes, without being melted down.

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