A sedan car jointly manufactured by Iran and Azerbaijan was unveiled in Baku on Thursday by President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev.
Iran-Azerbaijan jointly produced car unveiled in Baku by President Aliyev
Iran’s telecoms minister said two major internet companies from Russia and China cancelled plans to come to Iran in mid-2020s mainly over fears that the presence could have affected their interests in the United States.
Chinese, Russian internet giants dodged Iran because of fears from US sanctions: Minister
Iran has launched a new project to produce 50,000 tons of copper cathodes a year, using bioleaching technology which the plant's CEO calls revolutionary.
Iran opens 50,000-ton copper cathodes project
Singapore researchers have developed a smart foam material that allows robots to sense nearby objects, and repairs itself when damaged, just like human skin.
Singapore researchers design smart foam material that gives robotic hand ability to self-repair
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani highlighted his administration’s performance in the energy industry, saying that natural gas has been supplied to 95 percent of the population across the country.
Natural gas availability in Iran hits 95%: President Rouhani
The Iranian government has adopted a major legislation allowing the renationalization of the infrastructure used for delivery of fixed internet services in the country.
Iran’s fixed internet infrastructure back into government ownership
During the 5th Science Promotion Meeting held on June 7th, 2021, prominent figures in the sphere of science communication delivered speech on the Reflection of Science News in Mass Media.
The 5th Science Promotion Meeting: Science must produce vision in society; not merely solution to adversities
The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) said Tehran continues to enrich uranium to 60 percent purity level as talks between the country and the remaining signatories to a landmark nuclear deal clinched in 2015 continue in the Austrian capital, Vienna.
Iran continues 60% uranium enrichment in line with parliament's law: AEOI chief
Dutch researchers have trained bees, which have an unusually keen sense of smell, to identify samples infected with COVID-19, a finding they said could cut waiting times for test results to just seconds.
Bees in the Netherlands trained to detect COVID-19 infections

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