Science in Iran

Science in Iran

Science magazine has featured Iran in its issue last week. This article highlights the improvement of science in Iran and the challenges it faces. Read the article at the Science Magazine’s website: An Islamic Science Revolution?

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Nature magazine editorial on neuroscience research in Iran

Nature magazine editorial on neuroscience research in Iran

Iran’s long march Nature 435, 247-248 (19 May 2005) Scientific excellence can re-emerge in Iran, unless there is political upheaval or further sanctions. Stories about people who prevail against the odds are always heart-warming, and the tale in this issue of Nature about a group of Iranian neuroscientists is no...

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Ali Hajimiri’s Group Designs a Revolutionary Radar Chip

Ali Hajimiri’s Group Designs a Revolutionary Radar Chip

Caltech’s Information Science and Technology Ali Hajimiri, an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, and his team have used revolutionary design techniques to build the world’s first radar on a chip–specifically, they have implemented a novel antenna array system on a single, silicon chip.. Such a built-in radar system in our...

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Scientific Collaboration between Iran and France

Scientific Collaboration between Iran and France

The French embassy in Iran collaborating with Center for International Research & Collaboration (ISMO) has started an initiative to build stronger scientific collaborations between Iran and France through an official procedure. The fields of interest are vast and include Social sciences, Earth Sciences, Transportation, Engineering, and Health Sciences. More information...

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Iran’s status in scientific world.

Iran’s status in scientific world.

Interview with R. Mansouri, Assistant Director of Research at the Iranian ministry of Science, Research and Technology, Emrooz internet journal, August 2004 Dr. Reza Mansouri, assistant director of research at the Iranian ministry of Science, Research and Technology stated that IranΩΩΩs has the worldΩΩΩs 30th rank in scientific contributions. Nature...

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