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Europe France's role in protecting post-JCPOA atmosphere important

Europe France's role in protecting post-JCPOA atmosphere important

President Rouhani met with the President of France Emmanuel Macron and described Europe and France's role in protecting the post-JCPOA atmosphere important, adding that Tehran is willing to deepen ties with Paris in all field of mutual interest. [more]

  • 19
  • September
  • 2017
The 20 hottest startup hubs in the world

The 20 hottest startup hubs in the world

While Silicon Valley may stand undefeated as the most prominent name for tech entrepreneurs and startup visionaries, other regions all over the world are worthy competitors. Compass, a San Francisco-based benchmarking software company, has published a 2015 Startup Ecosystem Ranking Report that identifies the top 20 startup "ecosystems" in the world. The report ? which last came out in 2012 ? ranked cities in five categories: performance, funding, talent, market reach, and startup experience. To compile the list, Compass consulted with entrepreneurs from 25 countries to conduct more than 200 interviews and 11,000 startup surveys. Startup ecosystems excluded from this report were China, Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea, which Compass said it plans to include in its index later this year. [more]

  • 27
  • August
  • 2017
Renault Deal A Welcome Relief For Iranian Government Struggling To Attract International Investment

Renault Deal A Welcome Relief For Iranian Government Struggling To Attract International Investment

On August 7, Renault signed a joint venture agreement with the Industrial Development & Renovation Organization of Iran (IDRO) and Parto Negin Naseh, a local vehicle importer. The new joint venture, in which Renault will be the majority shareholder, will produce up to 150,000 vehicles and engines a year in Iran, including the latest models of the Symbol and Duster. [more]

  • 17
  • August
  • 2017
We must aim at having more powerful region

We must aim at having more powerful region

"The 11th administration was the administration of environment and the first decision it made was restoring Lake Urmia," said President Rouhani at the "International Conference on Combating Sand and Dust Storms: Challenges and Practical Solutions". [more]

  • 4
  • July
  • 2017
First Quantum-Secured Blockchain Technology Tested in Moscow

First Quantum-Secured Blockchain Technology Tested in Moscow

Quantum computers pose a significant security threat to cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. Now a team of Russian scientists has worked out how to secure blockchains using quantum mechanics. [more]

  • 12
  • June
  • 2017
Iran's non-oil GDP growth stands at 4.6 Percent in autumn

Iran's non-oil GDP growth stands at 4.6 Percent in autumn

The latest report released by the Central Bank of Iran shows the countrys non-oil gross domestic product grew by 4.6 percent during the autumn last year. [more]

  • 30
  • May
  • 2017
High-tech helps traffic police capture jaywalkers in Shenzhen

High-tech helps traffic police capture jaywalkers in Shenzhen

An intelligent identification system (IIS) has been set up on an intersection in Shenzhen, Guangdong province tasked with exposing pedestrians who jaywalk on red lights. The IIS was researched and developed by Shenzhen traffic police. Nicknamed "black technology", the identification system conducts 24-hour non-stop supervision of the pedestrian crossing and takes shots of pedestrians who ignore red lights. Photos of pedestrian traffic offenders will then appear on an electronic screen. [more]

  • 28
  • May
  • 2017
Chinese scientists working on world's first quantum computer

Chinese scientists working on world's first quantum computer

Chinese scientists are developing the world's first quantum computer, which will be much faster than current supercomputers and is expected to come into fruition in a few years, according to a top scientist. [more]

  • 14
  • May
  • 2017
Chinese scientists build soft robotic fish

Chinese scientists build soft robotic fish

Chinese scientists from eastern China's Zhejiang Province have created a soft robotic fish with no motor and a fast speed. "The robot is expected to be used underwater to record the temperature and salinity of the sea and detect pollutants," said Li Tiefeng, an associate professor at Zhejiang University. [more]

  • 7
  • May
  • 2017
Top 10 Chinese regions with most innovation patents

Top 10 Chinese regions with most innovation patents

Beijing tops the list of Chinese cities securing highest number of patents per 10,000 people in the country, according to government figures. The State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) said with 76.8 patents Beijing takes the crown, followed by Shanghai, 35.2 patents per 10,000 people, and Jiangsu province, 18.4. It added that the average number of innovation patents has reached 8 per 10,000 people in the Chinese mainland. [more]

  • 6
  • May
  • 2017
Iran's non-oil GDP growth stands at 4.6 Percent in autumn

Iran's non-oil GDP growth stands at 4.6 Percent in autumn

The latest report released by the Central Bank of Iran shows the countrys non-oil gross domestic product grew by 4.6 percent during the autumn last year. [more]

  • 30
  • May
  • 2017
Petrochemicals on Course to Attract $10 Billion

Petrochemicals on Course to Attract $10 Billion

Iran's petrochemical industry will most likely have absorbed 10 billion dollars in foreign investments by the end of the current Iranian calendar to March 20 2018, a senior oil official has said. [more]

  • 2
  • May
  • 2017
Finland to sign air transport deal with Iran

Finland to sign air transport deal with Iran

A Finnish diplomat unveiled plans for the conclusion of an agreement with Iran on air transportation. [more]

  • 30
  • April
  • 2017
Restrictions on Bank Saderat branch in Paris removed

Restrictions on Bank Saderat branch in Paris removed

French Central Bank lifted restrictions on Iran?s Bank Saderat branch in Paris, paving the way for normal banking transactions in the branch. [more]

  • 5
  • April
  • 2017
Rouhani visited the products of three knowledge-based companies

Rouhani visited the products of three knowledge-based companies

Our president, Hassan Rouhani, visited the products of three knowledge-based companies in the areas of motorcycles and electric cars. [more]

  • 21
  • January
  • 2017
Akhoundi: Airbus, Boeing representatives to come to Iran

Akhoundi: Airbus, Boeing representatives to come to Iran

Tehran, Sept 24, IRNA ? Minister of Road and Urban Developments Abbass Akhoundi said on Saturday that representatives of Airbus and Boeing companies are to visit Iran this week for negotiations on the plan to refurbish Iranian ageing air fleet. [more]

  • 1
  • October
  • 2016
Taiwan to host Iranian commercial delegation

Taiwan to host Iranian commercial delegation

Beijing, Sept 24, IRNA ? Iranian 62-member delegation led by President of Tehran Chamber of Commerce Masoud Khansari will visit Taiwan to explore the grounds for economic cooperation. [more]

  • 1
  • October
  • 2016
Iran, Iraq agree on easing trade exchanges

Iran, Iraq agree on easing trade exchanges

Tehran, Sept 24, IRNA ? Head of Iranian and Iraqi standard and industrial research organizations approved removal of foreign inspections in trade transactions between the two countries. [more]

  • 1
  • October
  • 2016
Italy calls for expansion of economic ties with Iran

Italy calls for expansion of economic ties with Iran

Bandar Abbas, Sept 25, IRNA ? Italian Ambassador to Tehran Mauro Conciatori in a meeting with Hormuzgan Governor General Jassem Jadari here on Saturday voiced his country's willingness to broaden economic and industrial relations with Iran. [more]

  • 1
  • October
  • 2016
Zangeneh: Iran, Kenya willing to develop oil products trade

Zangeneh: Iran, Kenya willing to develop oil products trade

Tehran, Sept 25, IRNA ? Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh said on Sunday that Iran and Kenya can cooperate on oil products trade in the wake of lifting the sanctions on oil industry. [more]

  • 1
  • October
  • 2016
The 20 hottest startup hubs in the world

The 20 hottest startup hubs in the world

While Silicon Valley may stand undefeated as the most prominent name for tech entrepreneurs and startup visionaries, other regions all over the world are worthy competitors. Compass, a San Francisco-based benchmarking software company, has published a 2015 Startup Ecosystem Ranking Report that identifies the top 20 startup "ecosystems" in the world. The report ? which last came out in 2012 ? ranked cities in five categories: performance, funding, talent, market reach, and startup experience. To compile the list, Compass consulted with entrepreneurs from 25 countries to conduct more than 200 interviews and 11,000 startup surveys. Startup ecosystems excluded from this report were China, Taiwan, Japan, and South Korea, which Compass said it plans to include in its index later this year. [more]

  • 27
  • August
  • 2017
Chinese scientists working on world's first quantum computer

Chinese scientists working on world's first quantum computer

Chinese scientists are developing the world's first quantum computer, which will be much faster than current supercomputers and is expected to come into fruition in a few years, according to a top scientist. [more]

  • 14
  • May
  • 2017
Adidas is selling a limited number of 3D-printed Runner shoes

Adidas is selling a limited number of 3D-printed Runner shoes

A limited number of the 3D-printed running shoes are on sale in London and Tokyo [more]

  • 16
  • April
  • 2017
Einride develops new electric self-driving T-pod vehicle

Einride develops new electric self-driving T-pod vehicle

Swedish technology designer Einride has created a new electric self-driving vehicle known as the T-pod, which can be operated remotely by drivers. The company claims that its technologically advanced T-pod system has the potential to change the transportation industry. T-pod will undergo prototype testing this year, with distribution on the global market planned for a later stage. [more]

  • 15
  • April
  • 2017
3d printed cast could replace plaster

3d printed cast could replace plaster

If you?ve ever had to wear a cast, you will be familiar with the discomfort of not being able to scratch that itch on your leg or arm. Mikls Molnr?s new 3D printed cast might be the answer. Made entirely of biodegradable plastic, it has several advantages according to its inventor: you can shower with it on, it allows your skin to breathe, and, last but not least, it weighs far less than a traditional plaster cast. [more]

  • 29
  • September
  • 2016

The Leader of the Islamic Revolution

Scientific articles have increased by 16 times and there are many other scientific and technological activities. Khamenei.ir

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