Yazd, Winner of 2017 Global Energy Award

The historic city of Yazd has been awarded the 2017 Global Energy Award by Energy Globe Foundation at the First International Sustainable City Conference and World Water Conference.

Iran Stone Association to Make Paper from Stone Waste

Iran Stone Association will carry out a project to make paper from stone waste.

Cookstove Emissions Have a Detrimental Environmental Impact

A collaborative team from Washington University in St. Louis has given a clearer picture of both cooking and heating definite, detrimental environmental impact.

AUT Researcher Creates Nano Fuel Cell

Researchers at Amir Kabir University of Technology have proton exchange membrane as the heart of fuel cells in order to improve the transition of proton in membranes.

Bandar Abbas IAU Unveils Solar Boat

Researchers of Bandar Abbas Islamic Azad University have unveiled the lab sample of a solar boat which has been successfully tested.

Seven Interesting Unknown Facts about Bacteria

From Neisseria gonorhoeae to living in space, bacteria are single-cell organisms that are neither plants nor animals and are often maligned as the causes of human and animal disease.

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.

Sari IAU Incubator Center Unveils Smart Gardener

The Islamic Azad University has presented almost 160 research plans and products in the 18th Research and Technology Fair and Seventh Techmart Exhibition in Tehran.

Iran & EU to Co-op on Environmental Issues

Iran and European Union started a 6-day consultative meeting on air pollution, industrial emissions, sand and dust storms, water and marine related issues, and circular economy.

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The Model of Sustainable Development Becoming Meaningful in Iran Perspective Document

The president of Islamic Azad University has stated that the model of sustainable development is becoming meaningful in perspective document of Islamic Republic of Iran.

Young Iranians Create Eco-Friendly Hybrid Car

Iranian youths from Khorramabad have made SPICO, an eco-friendly vehicle.

Garbage of Today Could be the Material of the Future Skyscrapers

The UN Climate Change Conference, November 2017, took place 6-17 November in Bonn, Germany and was presided over by the Government of Fiji.

Reaserchers of Amirkabir University of Technology Produce Biodegradable Plastic

Researchers of Amirkabir University of Technology have produced biodegradable plastics at semi-industrial level which will be decomposed over a short period of time.

Persian Leopard Released Back to Wild

A Persian leopard that had been severely injured in February was fully recovered and released back to wild.

Iranian Eco-Friendly Publication Being Printed on Stone Paper

An Iranian eco-friendly quarterly publication, ‘Gilgamesh magazine’, is being printed on stone paper and distributed by bike.

All Sea Life Will be Affected by More Acidic Oceans

Carbon dioxide emissions from modern society are making the oceans more acidic and will be affected all sea life.

Fish Think Plastics Smell Good So Eat Them

Marine species are known to eat plastic, especially those that regularly end up on our dinner plates, because of their smell that marine animals find appealing.

Researchers Develop Polymer Additive for Plastic Recycling

Researchers from Cornell University and the University of Minnesota have developed multiblock polymer, which could boost plastic recycling.

S & R IAU is Iran’s 2nd Green University

On the occasion of the national research and technology week, the country's green universities have been introduced with the presence of the head of Environmental Protection Organization, Masoumeh Ebtekar.

Researchers Develop New Way to Trap Dangerous Gases

Researchers at The University of Texas at Dallas have developed a new method for trapping potentially harmful gases within microscopic organo-metallic structures.

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