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Iran, Malaysia Ink Academic MoU

Persian Gulf University (PGU) in Bushehr province and Malaysian university of 'UTM' have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on science and research cooperation.

Germany to Expand Scientific Coop. with Iran

The head of the German School of Mind and Brain Dr. Michael Pauen has emphasized on expanding German-Iranian cooperation in the field of cognitive science and technology.

Iran, Poland Science Parks to Expand Cooperation

Iran's Pardis Technology Park and Poland's Wroclaw Technology Park (WPT) have signed a cooperation Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to expanding joint scientific collaboration.

Iranian Researcher Presents a Method For Identifying Water Behavior

A faculty member of Sharif University of Technology in cooperation with researchers from England, Spain and Japan have succeeded to present a method which is identifying exact behavior of water molecules.

Scientists Develop AI System to Predict IQ From Brain Scans

Scientists from California Institute of Technology, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and the University of Salerno in the US, have developed an artificial intelligence system that can tell how smart a person is just by looking at a scan of the individual's brain.

Iranian Researcher Designs New Machine Able to Make Salty Water Drinkable

Researcher from Amirkabir University of Technology have designed a new seawater desalination machine which can purify water using water membranes.

Humanoid Robot Gives Math Lessons, Tells Jokes and Keeps China's Lonely Children

China’s latest robot, “iPal”, can speak two languages, give math lessons, tells joke and interact with children through the tablet screen in its chest.

Scientists Watch a Clock Tick for 14 Years to Prove Einstein's Theory of Relativity

Patla’s team, based at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder, Colorado took 12 of the world's most accurate clocks and watched them for about 450 million seconds for 14 years.

Researchers Reveal New List of Most Polluted Cities in the World

Researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) have revealed the latest list of most polluted cities in the world.

Iran, Japan to Boost Sci-Tec Cooperation

The Deputy Minister of Science Hossein Salar-Amoli has met Iran new ambassador, Mortaza Rahmani Movahed, in Tokyo and emphasized on developing research, education and technology cooperation.

Minister of Information and Communications Technology:

IAU Capacity Could Strengthen Ministry of Communication & Information Technology

Iran minister of Information and Communications Technology has stated that Islamic Azad University is acting professionally in the field of information technology, running start-ups as well as small businesses.

China's Museums to Apply AI to Support the Country's Culture and History

China is going to apply Artificial intelligence (AI) technology in its museums to support the country's efforts to pass on Chinese culture and history.

Iran to Host Intl. Conference on Religion, Culture, and Technology

Tehran and Qom will host the 1st international conference on religion, culture, and technology from April 24 to 26, 2018.

Iran Hosts 1st Int’l Nanotechnology Olympiad (INO)

The 1st International Nanotechnology Olympiad dubbed INO has been held in Iran in Pardis Technology Park for six days, on April 10th 2018.

Dr. Morteza Mousakhani:

IAU to Open 10 Science & Technology Parks and to Establish 190 Knowledge-Based Companies

The Acting head of Islamic Azad University Science & Technology Park has announced on opening 10 Science & Technology Parks in the Iranian New Year.

Iran-Austria Program Accepts Najafabad IAU Faculty Research Proposal

A research proposal of faculty member of Islamic Azad University, Najafabad branch, has been accepted in Iran-Austria joint program.

Urmia IAU Faculty Member Snatches Gold in Thailand Inventor’s Day 2018

A faculty member of Urmia Islamic Azad University has snatched gold medal in 2018 Bangkok International Intellectual Property, Invention, Innovation and Technology Exposition (IPITEx 2018).

Switzerland to Run Swiss Desk in Isfahan University of Technology

The head of Isfahan University of Technology has announced on developing cooperation with universities in Switzerland.

Iranian Researcher Develops Anticancer Nanocarriers Using Propolis Wax

Researchers from Isfahan University of Technology have developed functional nanostructured lipid carriers (NLCs) using beeswax (BW), propolis wax (PW) and pomegranate seed oil (PSO).

The IGSD 2018 Held in Tehran

‘Iran-Germany Science Day’ began in Tehran’s University of Science and Technology on Tuesday to promote interdisciplinary and joint research activities and to intensify the exchange in scientific research between Iran and Germany, through various activities such as Matchmaking by Funding Instrument, and Subject area.

Iranian Researchers Make Bricks from Waste of Sand Manufacturing Plant

Iranian researchers from Amirkabir University of Technology have designed eco-friendly bricks that can be made from waste materials in room temperature or a maximum temperature of 60 °.

AI Helps Detect Earthquakes 17 Times More Earthquakes Than Traditional Methods

Researchers from Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed an artificial intelligence (A.I.) neural network to better help detect earthquakes of all sizes.

Asteroid May Help Explain How Life Started on Earth

Director of the NSF-NASA Center for Chemical Evolution at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Nicholas Hud, has stated that finding molecules in asteroids provides the strongest evidence that such compounds were present on the Earth before life formed.

Tehran SAMA IAU Ranks Top in RoboCup 2018

The 13th RoboCup Iran Open competitions has been held by Babol (Noshirvani) University of Technology in February 5-7. 2018.

Khormoj IAU Runner-Up in RoboCup 2018

The robotic team of Khormoj Islamic Azad University ranked 2nd in the 13th RoboCup Iran Open competitions hosted by Babol (Noshirvani) University of Technology in February 5-7. 2018.

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.

Qazvin SYNTECH IAU Holds 3rd Annual Startup Showcase

The Technology and Innovation Center (SYNTECH) of Qazvin Islamic Azad University has held the third annual startup showcase with the presence of IAU president and IAU Deputy of Research and Technology.

University of Neyshabur and Afghanistan Universities Ink MoU

Officials from University of Neyshabur, Syed Jamaluddin Afghan University, Laghman University and Nangarhar University have negotiated and discussed about the universities’ international, scientific, cultural and educational potentials.

Researchers Develop Chitosan Hydrogel Intended for Cartilage Tissue Engineering

Researchers from Amirkabir University of Technology have created biocompatible hydrogel to rehabilitate damaged cartilage in patients with arthritis.

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