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Iran, China ink MoU on funding joint research projects

Iran, China ink MoU on funding joint research projects

Iran’s Vice-Presidency for Science and Technology and China’s Ministry of Science and Technology have inked an MoU so as to fund joint research projects.

 
Iran seeks to set up research complex in global arena

Iran seeks to set up research complex in global arena

"Islamic Republic of Iran seeks to establish a powerful research center on par with global standards," Deputy Minister of Agriculture stressed.

 
Tehran to host second Int’l Biopharma Festival

Tehran to host second Int’l Biopharma Festival

Second official pharmacy festival in Iran is scheduled to be held in December in collaboration of two major academic centers.

 
Iran to build 540-MW power plant in Sistan and Baluchestan prov.

Iran to build 540-MW power plant in Sistan and Baluchestan prov.

Minister of Energy Reza Ardakanian said that a 540-megawatt power plant will be constructed in Sistan and Baluchestan province later o August 6.

 
NASA commercial crew program for space station faces delays

NASA commercial crew program for space station faces delays

Plans to launch the first NASA astronauts since 2011 to the International Space Station from the United States look set to be delayed due to incomplete safety measures and accountability holes in the ...

 
Tehran to transfer rehabilitation-related experiences to Baku

Tehran to transfer rehabilitation-related experiences to Baku

"Iran is ready to transfer its experiences in the fields of rehabilitation and health insurances to Azerbaijan," Iranian Health Minister said.

 
The tale of a Turkish man living with snakelike skin

The tale of a Turkish man living with snakelike skin

Forty-two-year-old Musa Sümbül has suffered from psoriasis for 23 years. He woke up one morning with red patches on his skin, and the medication he was prescribed did not cure his ailment.

 
Tehran to mount INOTEX 2018

Tehran to mount INOTEX 2018

The 7th International Innovation and Technology Exhibition (INOTEX 2018) is scheduled to kick off in Tehran on Thursday with participation of Iranian and foreign startups.

 
Burning Fossil fuels Even Causes Diabetes! Air Pollution and Blood Glucose

Burning Fossil fuels Even Causes Diabetes! Air Pollution and Blood Glucose

Air pollution caused one in seven new cases of diabetes in 2016, according to a US study, which found even low levels raised the chances of developing the chronic disease.

 
Syria, Iran sign MoU on academic coop.

Syria, Iran sign MoU on academic coop.

Syria and Iran have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for increasing cooperation in the field of higher education and scientific research.

 
Yasuj, Sao Paulo universities sign MoU

Yasuj, Sao Paulo universities sign MoU

"Iran’s Yasuj University of Medical Sciences and Brazil’s University of Sao Paulo have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to expand academic ties," said president of the Iranian university.

 
US plans limits on Chinese investment in US technology firms

US plans limits on Chinese investment in US technology firms

The U.S. Treasury Department is crafting rules that would block firms with at least 25 percent Chinese ownership from buying U.S. companies involved in "industrially significant technology," the Wall ...

 
Study details architecture of water supply in Isfahan’s chehel Sotoun

Study details architecture of water supply in Isfahan’s chehel Sotoun

A new study by Iranian researches Mohamad Ebrahim Zare’i and Zohreh Soltanmoradi has detailed the water supply system in Iranian architecture masterpiece, Chehel Sotoun.

 
Iran, Russia promote relations in socio-cultural areas

Iran, Russia promote relations in socio-cultural areas

In a ceremony attended by Ghahreman Soleymani, the Cultural Attaché of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Russia, Iran-Russia social-cultural studies center opened in Russian New University (RosNOU) in Moscow....

 
Isfahan to host 35th World Conf. on Science Parks

Isfahan to host 35th World Conf. on Science Parks

The 35th World Conference on Science Parks and Areas of Innovation will be held in Iran’s Isfahan during September 2-5.

 
Iranian scientists bring new hope for MS affected patients

Iranian scientists bring new hope for MS affected patients

Iranian scientists have recently discovered way to reconstruct damaged myelin in the patients suffering from Multiple Sclerosis (MS) by transforming harmful cells in the nervous system into other types....

 
S Korea interested in making investment in Iranian tech.

S Korea interested in making investment in Iranian tech.

"South Korean firms are interested in making huge investment in Iranian technology," Director General of Nano Technology Development Headquarters for International Affairs said.

 
Tehran to mount 1st general aviation expo.

Tehran to mount 1st general aviation expo.

The first edition of an international general aviation exhibition will be held in Tehran on 3-5 July, 2018.

 
Iran, Slovenia sign MoU on academic coop.

Iran, Slovenia sign MoU on academic coop.

Iran's Shahrekord University and Slovenia's University of Ljubljana inked a Memorandum of Understanding to develop scientific and educational cooperation.

 
EU Commission proposes $118B for research, innovation

EU Commission proposes $118B for research, innovation

The European Commission on Thursday proposed €100 billion ($118 billion) for research and innovation for the next long-term EU budget 2021-2027.

 
Report reveals likely jeopardizes of laser in medicine

Report reveals likely jeopardizes of laser in medicine

Latest reports have revealed the probable threats laser could impose on patients besides the numerous advantages ranking the technology high on medical techniques hired by doctors.

 
Iran introduces polymer to improve water purification units

Iran introduces polymer to improve water purification units

Iranian researcher from Environmental Research Institute, affiliated to Jahad Daneshgahi has introduced a new anti-deposition polymer to improve function of water purification units.

 
Iran, Japan to promote academic coop.

Iran, Japan to promote academic coop.

"Iran and Japan are to boost their academic cooperation and in the first step, the MoU between Tehran University of Medical Sciences and Japan’s Juntendo University will soon be implemented," said the ...

 
UAE’s first nuclear reactor start-up delayed

UAE’s first nuclear reactor start-up delayed

The start-up of the Arab world’s first nuclear reactor – in the United Arab Emirates – has been delayed and should start operations between the end of 2019 and early 2020, the plant’s operator said on ...

 
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.

 
 
Article
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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?

 
“Qur’an, Astronomy and Universe” published

In line with introducing the different analyses on scientific instances referred in the holy book of Islam, views by major Iranian Qur’an interpreters are compiled in the latest book by a group of Iranian authors.

“Psychotherapy and Councelling with Islamic Approach” published

Iran’s Samt Publication has released book on application of Islamic approach in psychotherapy.

 
Report
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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