Najafabad IAU Unveils Ergonomic Bench
Students of Islamic Azad University, Najafabad branch, have made an ergonomic branch named “Moj-e-Sakhreh”.
Human Teeth and Brain Evolution Were Not Linked
Researchers at George Washington University's Center for the Advanced Study of Human Paleobiology (CASHP) have found our brains and teeth did not evolve simultaneously .
Karaj SAMA IAU Students Make Parametric Bench
Students of IAU- affiliated Karaj SAMA Organization, have designed and created parametric bench.
At the 17th Exhibition of Research & Technological Achievements
Porous Concrete: Qazvin IAU Approaches Water Scarcity
A civil engineering student of Islamic Azad University, Qazvin branch, presented one of the university’s new achievement, porous concrete, at the 17th Exhibition of Research and Technological Achievements.
Software Engineer Builds Paper Fingernail Sized Engine
The smallest engine in the world made entirely out of paper with a software engine.
Pan-STARRS Releases Largest Ever Image of Night Sky
Astronomers have released the largest image of the night sky which shows the whole survey space in visible light.
New Robot with a Human Touch
Scientists at Cornell University have devised a way for a soft robot to feel its surroundings internally, in much the same way humans do.
Qazvin IAU Students Manufacture Quadro Electric Car
Qazvin IAU Students have built the Quadro (Q1), an electric automobile, in order to overcome air pollution.
Smart Hearing Aid Isolates Speech from Noise
Researchers at Ohio State University applied machine learning based on deep neural networks to the task of segregating sounds.
Earth Heading Towards a 25-Hour Day in Future
Scientists have revealed that Earth's rotation is slowing down, gradually increasing the length of the day so our days will be 25 hours long in 200 million years.
West Tehran IAU & Sharif University of Technology Unveil RASA Robot
Researchers at West Tehran, IAU and Sharif University Technology have unveiled the Robot Assistant for Social Aims (RASA) at the 17th Exhibition of Research and technological achievements.
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.
Nanotech Device Can Turn Human Motion into Energy
Researchers at the Michigan State University have developed a nanotechnology device which can turn human motion into energy.
ّFeather-covered Dinosaur Tail Found in Amber
Scientists have discovered the tail of a 99-million-year-old dinosaur covered in feathers and entombed in amber.
4 New Elements Finally Added to the Periodic Table
Four more elements including nihonium (Nh), moscovium (Mc), tennessine (Ts), and oganesson (Og) have officially been added to the seventh row of the Periodic Table.
Brains Can Recover Some 'Lost' Memories
Scientists have discovered that small jolts of electricity to the brain (specifically, a pulse of transcranial magnetic stimulation) can revive recent memories.
Researchers Reveal Microbot to Assist in Eye Operations
Researchers at Cambridge University have demonstrated a tiny robot which is small enough to assist in eye surgery.
Fuel-Free Aircraft Will Launch in 2018
Swiss engineers have officially unveiled a plane that they claim is the first solar-powered craft to break through the stratosphere and is capable of reaching the edge of space using solar power alone.
The First American to Orbit Earth, Dies at 95
Former astronaut and the first American to orbit the Earth, has passed away at 95.
Einstein Constancy of Speed of Light Theory Challenged
A group of researchers from the UK and Canada have taken on one of Albert Einstein's accepted theories which states that the speed of light is constant and light in a vacuum will have the same numerical value under any conditions.
'Human Brains Have Unique 'Fingerprint
Researchers of Carnegie Mellon University have proven that the human brain is as unique as ones fingerprint.
Taking Music Lessons Creates New Brain Connections in Children
New studies have revealed that taking music lessons increases brain fiber connections in children and may be useful in treating autism and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Diamonds Convert Nuclear Waste into Nuclear Batteries
Physicists and chemists at the University of Bristol have discovered a way to convert thousands of tons of seemingly worthless nuclear waste into man-made diamond batteries that can generate a small electric current for longer than the entire history of human civilization.
Solar-Panel Roads to be Built on 4 Continents
After nearly five years of research and laboratory tests, European scientists have created electric avenues that can transmit the sun’s energy onto power grids.