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US global summit to mark Iranian scientist as pioneer of implant microsurgery

US global summit to mark Iranian scientist as pioneer of implant microsurgery

World renowned medical event will be introducing prominent Iranian scientist as pioneer of dental surgery in its 2018 event which is to be held in Los Angeles in November.

 
Turkish floating plant starts power supply to Sudan

Turkish floating plant starts power supply to Sudan

Turkey's floating power plant, the Karadeniz powership Rauf Bey, started electricity production in Sudan, a member of the Istanbul-based Karadeniz Energy Group, Karpowership, announced Tuesday.

 
Mark Zuckerberg talks to EU leaders about misusing data

Mark Zuckerberg talks to EU leaders about misusing data

Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg appeared in front of leading lawmakers of the European Union on Tuesday.

 
Turkish ITC sector reaches $32 billion in 2017: report

Turkish ITC sector reaches $32 billion in 2017: report

The information and communication technology (ICT) sector in Turkey was worth 116.9 billion Turkish liras ($32 billion) in 2017, up 18.2 percent compared to 2016, a new report revealed on Tuesday.

 
Iran ‘ready to return to pre-nuke deal era’: Official

Iran ‘ready to return to pre-nuke deal era’: Official

An Iranian official on Tuesday said that his country had made all necessary preparations to resume production of highly-enriched uranium, according to local media reports.

 
Scientific headway in Muslim world ends West bullying

Scientific headway in Muslim world ends West bullying

"‘unity and a serious move toward advancement in all sciences are the key requirements for the Muslim world today," pointed out Leader of Islamic Revolution.

 
Bangladesh launches first satellite into space

Bangladesh launches first satellite into space

Space X launched Bangladesh's first satellite into orbit late on Friday.

 
Iran urges Muslims to develop sciences to shake off US hegemony

Iran urges Muslims to develop sciences to shake off US hegemony

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Saturday called for unity among Muslims and efforts towards scientific advancement, saying this would make it impossible for "enemies" such as the United ...

 
Iran keen to boost scientific coop. with Russia in Caspian Sea

Iran keen to boost scientific coop. with Russia in Caspian Sea

"Iran is interested in promoting scientific cooperation with Russia in the Caspian Sea to improve its ecosystem," stressed Iran’s Minister of Science, Research and Technology.

 
Russia to use US Tomahawks to reverse engineer missiles, improve own weaponry

Russia to use US Tomahawks to reverse engineer missiles, improve own weaponry

Russia’s Defense Ministry has been examining Tomahawk missiles that failed to detonate during the U.S.-led airstrike against the Syrian regime’s chemical weapons capabilities on April 14, according to ...

 
Iran unveils domestically-made medicine for Parkinson’s disease

Iran unveils domestically-made medicine for Parkinson’s disease

Iran has unveiled its domestically-made medicine for Parkinson’s disease, a move which will enable the country to supply 70-80 percent of its demands for the product imported from other countries before....

 
Turkish firm to produce hydrogen-powered aircraft for Germany

Turkish firm to produce hydrogen-powered aircraft for Germany

The Aquila Aviation GmbH company, which operates as a subsidiary of BPlas, a leading Turkish high-tech-firm, has settled its position in the three-company consortium to manufacture Germany’s hydrogen-...

 
Iran to launch first stem cell factory

Iran to launch first stem cell factory

Islamic Republic of Iran is planning to launch its first stem cell factory in line with expanding its two-decade achievements in the field. Iran’s first stem cell factory is going to be formally ...

 
Iran unveils first stem cell product for skin therapy

Iran unveils first stem cell product for skin therapy

Iranian scientists have unveiled the first stem cell product for skin therapy ranking the country 13th in the world in the knowledge and method of yielding this product.

 
Russia asks Google and Apple to remove Telegram from stores

Russia asks Google and Apple to remove Telegram from stores

Russia's state telecommunications regulator said on Tuesday it had sent requests to Google and Apple asking them to remove the Telegram messenger service from their application stores, the Interfax news ...

 
Iranian President attends 12th anniversary of National Nuclear Technology Day (photo)  

Iranian President attends 12th anniversary of National Nuclear Technology Day (photo)  

In a ceremony attended by Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani, 83 nuclear technology achievements were unveiled on Monday April 9th, which marks the 12th anniversary of National Nuclear Technology Day....

 
France to spend 1.5 bln euros on artificial intelligence by 2022

France to spend 1.5 bln euros on artificial intelligence by 2022

France will invest 1.5 billion euros ($1.85 billion) of public money into artificial intelligence research by 2022 in a bid to catch up with the United States and China and reverse a brain drain.

 
NASA announces details for new planet-hunting research

NASA announces details for new planet-hunting research

NASA has announced details on launching a planet hunter, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) probe on a mission to find previously unknown worlds beyond our solar system.

 
Iran to unveil new nuclear achievements in early April

Iran to unveil new nuclear achievements in early April

Chief of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI), Ali Akbar Salehi, has announced the country is set to unveil a number of nuclear achievements on April 9th, which marks the National Nuclear technology ...

 
Upgradedd Iranian laboratory equipment technology showcased

Upgradedd Iranian laboratory equipment technology showcased

Head of Iranian-Made Laboratory Materials and Equipment Exhibition revealed the upgrade of Iranian laboratory equipment technology and said, “use of these laboratory equipment will save significant currency ...

 
British scientists develop wearable brain scanner

British scientists develop wearable brain scanner

British scientists have developed a lightweight and highly sensitive brain imaging device that can be worn as a helmet, allowing the patient to move about naturally.

 
Stephen Hawking dies aged 76

Stephen Hawking dies aged 76

Prominent British theoretical physicist, Stephen Hawking, has passed away at age of 76.

 
Tehran hosts 31st Khwarizmi Intl. Award

Tehran hosts 31st Khwarizmi Intl. Award

The 31st edition of the Khwarizmi International Award (KIA) has gone underway at IRIB International Conference Center in Iranian Capital city of Tehran.

 
Sanchi sank on 14 January after colliding with freighter on 6 January in world

Oil from sunken Iranian tanker reaches Japan islands

Oil that reached islands in southern Japan earlier this month is likely to have come from the sunken Iranian tanker Sanchi, the Japan Coast Guard said on Thursday.

 
Study suggests link between ultra-processed foods and cancer

Study suggests link between ultra-processed foods and cancer

Scientists suggested on Thursday a link between cancer and "ultra-processed" foods such as cookies, fizzy drinks and sugary cereals, though outside experts cautioned against reading too much into the ...

 
Iran organizes 3rd edition of IoT forum

Iran organizes 3rd edition of IoT forum

The third edition of the Internet of Things (IoT) conference and IoTEX exhibition was held on Tuesday in Tehran in the presence of ICT Minister Azari Jahromi.

 
Iran to complete manufacture 72-seat aircraft in 3 years

Iran to complete manufacture 72-seat aircraft in 3 years

"Iranian knowledge-based companies are working on manufacturing a 72-seat aircraft in three years," announced the Head of Iran's Aviation Industries Organization.

 
Iran inaugurates mass production line of new tactical drone

Iran inaugurates mass production line of new tactical drone

Iran has inaugurated the mass production line of a new tactical unmanned aerial vehicle.

 
Iran Nanotachnology publications stand 4th in world

Iran Nanotachnology publications stand 4th in world

Iran has ranked among the first five countries in world Nanotechnology publications releasing at least 8791 articles up to beginning of 2018, Web of Science has reported.

 
Iranian satellites awaiting launch

Iranian satellites awaiting launch

"Three Iranian satellites are the final stages of getting prepared for being put into orbit, and have been placed into a queue of satellites awaiting launch," Iranian ICT Minister announced.

 
 
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Human brain evolves to work in multiple tongues

Most people in the world speak more than one language, suggesting the human brain evolved to work in multiple tongues. If so, asks Gaia Vince, are those who speak only one language missing out?

 
 
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More governments manipulate media with

More governments are following the lead of Russia and China by manipulating social media and suppressing dissent online in a grave threat to democracy, a human rights watchdog said Nov. 14.

 
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