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Iranian Researchers Create Machine to Produce Microfibres Domestically

Researchers of an Iranian knowledge-based company have created a polymer microfiber spinning machine that can produce advanced medical dressings.

Pars-1 Remote-Sensing Satellite to be Delivered to Iranian Space Agency Next Week

Iranian Minister of Communications and Information Technology (ICT) has announced on delivering the remote-sensing satellite "Pars-1" satellite to the Iranian Space Agency next week.

Iran Sends Medical Aid to Kyrgyzstan to Combat COVID-19

Iran’s embassy in Bishkek has stated that Iran sent a medical aids to Kyrgyzstan in order to help the Central Asian nation combat COVID-19.

Iranian Researchers Create Language Development Scale for Persian-Speaking Children

Researchers of University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences have developed a reliable assessment tool to assess children's receptive and/or expressive language skills.

Iran Ranks 26th in the World in Domestic Production High-Tech Industries

Based on the Global Innovation Index (GII) 2020 recent statistics, Iran tanked 26th for the share of its hi-tech industries in the national production.

Iranian COVID-19 Vaccine to Initiate Human Trials

The chancellor of Iran University of Medical Sciences has announced on starting human trials for COVID-19 vaccines soon.

Iran Largest Ion Therapy Hospital in West Asia

Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi has announced that Iran is building the largest ion therapy hospital in West Asia.

Scientists New Drug Makes Cancer Treatment Safer and Cheaper

A group of international scientists from University of Tyumen together with specialists from Turkey, Iran and Spain for the first time to create nickel-based complexes that are capable of effectively fighting cancer cells.

NIT Parent Data Center Inaugurated in Iran

Iran has inaugurated a data center of the National Information Network named after martyr General Soleimani on Sunday, September 6, 2020.

Iran to Take Part in Russian Week of High Technologies

Iran's vice presidency for science and technology has announced that Iran National Pavilion will be held in Russian Week of High Technologies 2020 on November 2-6.

By: Yasser Nazifi Gilavan and Hamed Vafaei

Will China Colonize Iran?

Introduction: Since July, a plethora of positive and negative comments and analyses have been rolled out in the media and cyberspace regarding Iran-China relations and the future of Tehran-Beijing ties, and specifically the 25-year comprehensive cooperation program between the two countries.

New School Year Begins in Iran

Many Iranian students back to school on Saturday September 5 after nearly seven months of closure.

Iran, Russia to Co-op on Artificial Intelligence

Iran and Russia will cooperate in the fields of artificial intelligence, e-government, smart city, and the development of new businesses.

Iranian Universities in the Times Higher Education World Rankings 2021

47 Iranian universities have been listed among world’s top universities for 2021, based on the Times Higher Education recent annual ranking.

Iran to Hold First Int’l Expo on Educational Technologies

Iran is poised to hold the first edition of its International Exhibition on Education, New Educational Technologies and Related Industries (Iran EduTech), eyeing to host the most prestigious universities, educational and academic centers, and pioneers of higher education from home and abroad.

Iranian Company Waiting for Financial Support for Releasing Flu Shots for 2021 Winter

Iran’s Ministry of Health (MoH) announced on Thursday that a local knowledge-based firm has acquired the technology for making seasonal influenza vaccine, adding the science startup is awaiting financial help for mass production of the flu jab.

Iranian Researchers Create Maritime Satellite Communications Network by Constellation

A group of researchers from Khajeh Nasir Toosi University of Technology have succeeded to create a smart maritime telecommunication network through applying the satellite constellation and Internet of Things.

Kashan University Researchers Mass-Produce Gas Micro Turbines for Electricity Generation

Kashan University researchers have mass-produced a micro gas turbine with the capability of simultaneous production of electricity and heat.

Iran Inaugurates Insulin Injection Pen Production Line

The second production line of “Glargine Insulin Injection Pen” was opened in the country at Tehran Parsian Hotel on Monday.

Lavrov: US Attempt to Restore Sanctions on Iran ‘Will Fail Anyway’

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov underlined that the US bid to force the return of all United Nations (UN) sanctions against Iran will assuredly fail, highlighting that Washington has lost the option after unilaterally withdrawing from the nuclear deal of 2015.

Scott Ritter:

Obsessed with Maximum Pressure, US Willing to Risk Int'l Status of UNSC

In a world where American exceptionalism and unilateralism has become common currency, the brazenness of Secretary of State Pompeo’s bid to impose “snap back” inspections of Iran takes the cake. Moreover, it’s doomed to fail.

Iranian Knowledge-Based Co. Develops COVID-19 Test Cabin

An Iranian knowledge-based company at Alborz Science and Technology Park, has developed a dual-purpose test cabin both for coronavirus and tuberculosis that provides testing without the need for an additional protective suit.

Iranian Researchers Spot Mechanisms to Expedite Brain Functionality

Scientists from Iran, Germany and Sweden have identified a new role of bi-directional connections in accelerating the communication between brain regions.

Damghan Genetics Foundation Wins 2020 Iranian National Genetics Prize

The founder of Damghan Genetics Foundation has been awarded the national genetics prize of the 4th International and 16th Iranian Genetics Congress.

Mohammad Ali Haqshenas:

Can Iranians Forgive US for 1953 Coup?

The Central Intelligence Agency of the US in tandem with British agents orchestrated and executed a coup against Mohammad Mosadeq’s government in Iran in 1953, in a bid to reinstate a tyrant autocrat against the will of a nation.

Center for Cognitive Neuroscience Launched in IUMS

The virtual opening ceremony of Iran University of Medical Sciences (IUMS) the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience has been held on August 18 in this university.

Iranian Universities Shine in ARWU Shanghai Ranking 2020

Based on the recent Shanghai Ranking’s Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) 2020, Iran ranks first in terms of the number of universities in the region and among Islamic countries.

Trump Administration Defeated Again after UNSC Rejects Washington’s Call

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) rejected a US resolution to extend an arms embargo on Iran that is due to expire in October, creating a historic moment of humiliation and isolation for Washington.

Arash Forouqi, Farhikhtegan Daily:

Left Alone in Already-Lost Game against Iran/Cartoon

The United States' foreign policy toward Iran is currently facing many problems. U.S. Special Representative for Iran Brian Hook resigned from his role and left the White House unsuccessfully the same as John Bolton, former national security adviser.

Hossein Mersadi

On the Occasion of National Journalist Day 2020/ In Photos

Iranians hold ceremonies each year on August 8, throughout the country to pay tribute in the honor of the martyred journalists. On August 8 1998, Islamic Republic of Iran's News Agency’s (IRNA) reporter Mahmoud Saremi, and 8 Iranian diplomats were killed by Taliban militants in the city of Mazari Sharif in Northen Afghanistan.

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