Austria, Iran to Coop Academically In Managing Water Crisis

Austrian Ambassador to Tehran Stefan Schulz has announced the country’s readiness to help Iran to manage water crisis.

Shiraz University Researchers Develop A Device That Can Produce Water Out Of Air

Researchers from Shiraz University have developed a device that can pull pure, drinkable water straight from the air.

Some Technologies That Produce Clean Drinking Water

The current water crisis has one of the epic proportions, in which one in 10 people worldwide lack regular access to safe drinking water.

Researchers Claim Graphene Could be Key to Controlling Water Evaporation

Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Collaborative Innovation Center of Quantum Matter (Beijing), have discovered that Graphene coatings may offer the ability to control the water evaporation process from various surfaces.

Iran, Austria to Co-op on Renewable Energy

Iran and Austria have signed 4 cooperation Memoranda of Understanding on water resources management, renewable energy, transport, and mining.

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.

Dr. Rahbar: IAU Branches Urgent Duty is to Supply Water for Abadan and Khorramshahr

The president of Islamic Azad University ordered all the IAU branches nearby Khuzestan Province to distribute water among people.

Iranian Researcher Creates Grey Water Treatment System

An Iranian researcher, Razieh Molaei, from Hamadan province, has succeeded to design and make a new water purification and creating gray water system without using electricity.

Scientists Find Out About Water Weird Behavior at Extreme Pressures and Temps

Researchers of the University of Chicago ran quantum simulations to develop a new model of the behavior of water at extremely high temperatures and pressures.

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.

Engineers Use Seeds that Could Clean Water

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University's Biomedical Engineering and Chemical Engineering recently co-authored a paper with Ph.D. students, using sand and plant materials readily available in many developing nations to create a cheap and effective water filtration medium, termed "f-sand."

Scientists Develop World's Fastest Water Heater

Researchers from the Center for Free-Electron Laser Science (CFEL) at DESY and Uppsala University (Sweden) have used a powerful X-ray laser to heat water from room temperature to 100,000 degrees Celsius in less than a tenth of a picosecond (millionth of a millionth of a second).

China Developing the Biggest Artificial Rain Experiment Ever

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

This New Device Purifies Water Using Sunlight and Hydrogels

Researchers from the University of Texas Austin have created a new hydrogel that is both hydrophilic and semiconducting.

MIT Researchers Develop Device Harvests Water From Desert Air

Researchers from MIT have proved that even in the most arid places on Earth, there is some moisture in the air, and a practical way to extract that moisture could be a key to survival in such bone-dry locations.

Sufian IAU Student Designs Smart Deice Growing Plants

A computer student from Sufiam Islamic Azad University has designed and made a smart device for growing plants.

Sabzeh, Symbol of Livelihood

As a symbol of livelihood, Iranians grow Sabzeh, wheat, barley, mung bean or lentil sprouts in a dish, as one of the seven symbolic items traditionally displayed at the Iranian celebration of the New Year, Nowruz.

Iran to Restrict Cultivation of Crops Amid Water Shortage

Iranian government is going to put a limit on the cultivation of crops in areas of the country where underground water resources are at alarming levels as of the upcoming Iranian year (starting March 21).

Researchers Discover New Solution to Filter Salt and Metal Ions from Water

Researchers from Monash University, CSIRO and the University of Texas at Austin may offer a breakthrough new solution to access to clean and safe drinking water.

S & R IAU Researcher Treats Water Through Removing Aromatic Pollutants

A researcher from Islamic Azad University, Science and Research branch, could find a simple and low cost solution to purify drinking water and remove aromatic pollutants through applying nanotechnology with photocatalytic properties.

Iran Secured the 1st Place in Energy Globe World Awards 2017

The ENERGY GLOBE Award has been held in Iran International Conference Center in Tehran and Iran took the first place in the category of water here.

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.

Cape Town, The First Major City in the World to Run out of Water

Cape Town is a world-renowned tourist destination where also become famous for being the first major city in the world to run out of water.

Iran is Beautiful/ Tourist Attractions and Destinations

Mojen, Fountain of Seven Colors

Seven color Mojen spring is located in the 25km north of Shharud, in rift valley of Shhavar Mountain with 4000 peak.

S & R IAU Researcher Creates Nanoparticle Removing Carcinogens from Water

A researcher from Islamic Azad University, Science and Research branch, has made a new nanoparticle which removes pollutants from drinking water.

IAU Defeats South Korea at the 11th Asian Water Polo Clubs C’ship

The water polo team of Islamic Azad University has beaten South Korea at the 11th edition of Asian Water Polo Clubs Championships.

Iran is Beautiful/ Tourist Attractions and Destinations

Saholan Cave, Iran’s Second Largest Water Cave

Saholan is a historical water cave located in a namesake village, 43 km to the east of Mahabad, in West Azerbaijan Province.

IAU Faculty Member Shines in 23rd ICID Congress & 68th IEC Meeting

A faculty member of Islamic Azad University, Science and Research branch, has won the international WatSave Innovative Water Management Award in the 23rd ICID Congress and 68th IEC Meeting which was inaugurated on 9 October 2017.

Najafabad IAU Student Invents Environment-Friendly Liquid for Purifying Water and Sewage

A student of Najafabad IAU has invented an environment-friendly green chemistry material which can be used in purifying human and industrial water and sewage.

Earth, a Desert Compared to the Rest of the Solar System

Our planet, Earth is practically a desert compared to the rest of the solar system.

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