Oman to Host 2018 STEP

The 2018 Science and Technology Exchange Program (STEP) will be held in Muscat, Oman from December 2-5, 2018.

Tehran Hosts 2018 Muslim World Scientists

Knowledge Application and Notion for Society (KANS), has been held recently in Tehran’s Amirkabir University with participants from several Muslim countries.

Iranian Knowledge Enterprise Produces Medicinal Plants

Medicinal plants and herbal products are used extensively, both in the context of traditional medicine, as well as in popular and domestic medicine.

Energy Drinks, Health Risks Behind Them

Energy drinks are marketed at active and sporty young people but numerous studies have suggested energy drinks can have negative health implications and the World Health Organization hailed energy drinks a "danger to public health."

S & R IAU Researcher Extracts Essential Fatty Acid from Elaeagnus Angustifolia

A student of Science and Research Islamic Azad University could identify oily compounds of herbal source of fatty acid and extract them successfully.

Researchers Develop New Drug May Restore Insulin-Growing Cells in Type 1 Diabetes Patients

Researchers have tested a radical new game-changing drug that regrows lost insulin-making cells for type 1 diabetes patients in Cardiff, UK.

Researchers Develop Sugar Pills Flowing Through the Body Delivering Drug Treatments Where Needed

Researchers have developed sugar pills flowing through the bodies, diagnosing diseases and delivering drug treatments where needed.

S & R IAU Researcher Makes Herbal Cosmetic Ingredients

A researcher from Science and Research Islamic Azad University has made herbal cosmetic ingredient through producing skin care cream containing aloe vera, hollyhock and quince.

Researchers Develop a Component of Green Tea Delivering Drugs to Tumors

Researchers from the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) have demonstrated that wrapping an anticancer drug in a nanoscale case made of a polymer and a component of green tea is an extremely effective way to deliver high doses of the drug to tumors.

Researchers Discover the Reason of Higher Prevalence of Migraine in Women

Scientists provide evidence that differing levels of hormones affect cell mechanisms that control responses to migraine triggers, offering a possible pathway to more effective, personalized treatments.

Dietary Diversity Is Actually Making You Fat

The American Heart Association has recently released a scientific statement, a diverse diet, otherwise called a "varied diet," could just lead to eating more calories, which in turn increases risks of obesity.

New Research May Expand Stem Cells Available For Transplants

Researchers of the Stowers Institute for Medical Research have found out a way to expand blood-forming, adult stem cells from human umbilical cord blood (hUCB).

Playing Soccer Can Boost Heart and Bone Health

Researchers from University of Southern Denmark and the University of the Faroe Islands found that playing soccer can boost heart and bone health in untrained middle-aged and elderly people with prediabetes.

London Holds Iran’s Health Sector Meeting

London has introduced investment potentials in Iran’s health sector in a meeting held on July 4, 2018.

Iran University of Medical Sciences to Hold HIT 2018

Iran University of Medical Sciences is responsible for bringing up the 3rd national Health Innotech conference.

Staying Active Slows Down Aging, Study Finds

Researchers from the University of Birmingham and King's College London have found that a lifetime of regular exercise could slow down aging.

Iran, Hungary to Cooperate Medically

The educational deputy of Ministry of Health and Medical Education has visited and negotiated with minister of State for Health at the Ministry of National Resources, Hungary to develop collaboration in the field of health and medical education.

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.

Eating Dark Leafy Green Could Ease Arthritis symptoms

Eating certain types of foods with anti-inflammatory properties could ease Arthritis symptoms.

TUMS & University of Coimbra Ink MoU

Tehran University of Medical Sciences and the Portuguese University of Coimbra have signed a mutual cooperation Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in order to develop educational collaboration and exchange of technology.

President Rouhani Message to Uruguay Health Event

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani warned about the threats to global peace and ever-increasing number of refugees, saying that they have both jeopardized public health and created challenges for the host nations.

Najafabad SAMA Student Ranks 3rd in Art competition for World Health Day 2017

Najafabad SAMA student has taken the 3rd position in the art competition of World Health Day 2017 with the theme of "Depression: let's talk".

Shahr-E Kord IAU Growth Center Produces Aromatherapy Candles

The CEO of Evin Rayeheh Zagros Company, Marziyeh Abdolahi has announced that aromatherapy candles have been produced, for the first time in the growth center of Islamic Azad University, Shahr-E Kord.

Approved during IAU’s Board of Trustees’ Meeting:

Shahr-E Kord IAU Launches Traditional Medicine Center

During the meeting of the Board of Trustees of the IAU, Shahr-E Kord branch, it was decided that a traditional alternative medicine center be established in cooperation with the Ministry of Health and Medical Education in this branch.

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