Thursday, 18 August , 2022
  • Iran’s “Khayyam” Satellite Launched Into Orbit 10 Aug 2022

    Iran’s “Khayyam” Satellite Launched Into Orbit

    Iranian “Khayyam” satellite was launched into orbit from the Moscow-operated Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, marking what Iran called the beginning of "strategic" aerospace cooperation between Tehran and Moscow.

1,600-year-old ‘salt sheep’ from Iran reveals same genetic traits as modern breeds 17 Jul 2021

1,600-year-old ‘salt sheep’ from Iran reveals same genetic traits as modern breeds

A team of geneticists and archaeologists from Iran, Ireland, France, Germany, and Austria has sequenced the DNA from a 1,600-year-old sheep mummy discovered earlier from an ancient salt mine in west-central Iran.

Knowledge-based firms develop 772 nano-products 04 Jul 2021

Knowledge-based firms develop 772 nano-products

Over the first three months of the current Iranian calendar year (started March 21), 294 knowledge-based companies in the country have developed 772 nanoproducts and have received nanotechnology certificates, according to the Nanotechnology Innovation Council.

Black Holes Have a Variety of Table Manners 14 Apr 2021

Black Holes Have a Variety of Table Manners

All supermassive black holes in the centers of galaxies appear to have periods when they swallow matter from their close surroundings.

Int’l Community, IAEA Urged to Address Nuclear Terrorism Against Iran 13 Apr 2021

Int’l Community, IAEA Urged to Address Nuclear Terrorism Against Iran

The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) has slammed the act of sabotage against the country’s nuclear site in Natanz earlier in the day, noting that the international community, as well as the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), must deal with such “nuclear terrorism” that targets Iran’s facilities.

Bright-Blue Bridge of Stars Detected in Milky Way 10 Apr 2021

Bright-Blue Bridge of Stars Detected in Milky Way

Astrophysicists have found a new region of the Milky Way, and it's filled with searingly hot, bright-blue stars that are about to explode.

Copenhagen Ready to Cooperate With Tehran in Earth Sciences 16 Feb 2021

Copenhagen Ready to Cooperate With Tehran in Earth Sciences

New Denmark Ambassador to Iran, Jesper Vahr, said on Monday that Denmark has a strong incentive to cooperate with Iran in the field of earth sciences.

Researchers discover an immense hydrocarbons cycle in the world’s ocean 03 Feb 2021

Researchers discover an immense hydrocarbons cycle in the world’s ocean

Hydrocarbons and petroleum are almost synonymous in environmental science.

Greenland is careening toward a critical tipping point for ice loss 02 Feb 2021

Greenland is careening toward a critical tipping point for ice loss

The Greenland Ice Sheet is one of the largest ice sheets in the world.

Ice loss accelerating at record rate 26 Jan 2021

Ice loss accelerating at record rate

The melting of ice across the planet is accelerating at a record rate, with the melting of the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets speeding up the fastest, research has found.

The Moon Controls the Release of Methane in Arctic Ocean 25 Jan 2021

The Moon Controls the Release of Methane in Arctic Ocean

The Moon Controls the Release of Methane in the Arctic Ocean, Unexpected Finding With Big Implications. High tides may even counter the potential threat of submarine methane release from the warming Arctic.