Minister of Science, Research and Technology Mohammad Farhadi said on Saturday that the latest statistics indicate that the Islamic Republic of Iran stands on top of the world countries in terms of accelerating growth of sciences.
Minister of Science, Research and Technology in a message felicitated success of Iranian student athletic teams ranking first in Taekwondo and eighth in total competition of 2015 Summer Universiade.
Iran on Tuesday unveiled the mock-up of a homegrown spacecraft that is capable of carrying astronauts into space.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday voiced support for the country’s space programs, and unveiled plans to make new breakthrough on aerospace industry within the next two years.
Iran sent its fourth home-made satellite, Fajr (Dawn), into orbit on Monday.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said the country has ushered into a new era of aerospace technology by sending a new home-made satellite into orbit today.
Deputy Head of Iran's Food and Drug Organization Shams Ali Rezazadeh announced that the country has produced 6 new types of medicine to treat thalassemia, including an oral drug
Iranian Minister of Communication and Information Technology Reza Taqipour announced that the country's internet network comes under 500 cyber attacks each day.
Iran's Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi says the Islamic Republic will soon launch its indigenous Fajr (Dawn) satellite in yet another technological step forward in the space industry.
The news on a progress in Iran's nuclear program reached sooner than what was earlier promised, as the first domestically made nuclear fuel rods loaded into Tehran Research Reactor .
Iran's Defense Minister hails as a “brilliant achievement” the launch of the country's new fully-indigenous satellite into orbit, saying Iran will unveil new space achievements.
Communications and Information Technology Minister Reza Taqipour has announced that Iran will put into orbit a new domestically manufactured satellite named Fajr (Dawn) in the current Iranian calendar year, which will end on March 20 this year.
It's an unlikely marriage between state-of-the-art and 40-year-old technology that has yielded extraordinary results.
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