Iran will have “good news” about its launch of satellites before the end of the current Persian year in March 2022, the country’s minister of communications and information technology says.
Iranian researchers managed to design and manufacture abnormal body detection device using infrared waves.
According to a cooperation agreement inked between Iran and Qatar, Iranian drugs will be exported to Qatar.
The Urdu translations of two books titled “Disciplines of Prayer”, by Imam Khomeini (RA), and “Names and Attributes of God, The Almighty”, by Gholamhussein Ebrahimi Dinani, were unveiled in a ceremony held at the International Quran News Agency on January 2.
Chief Minister of Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province Pervez Khattak has directed early award of contracts for putting mosques throughout the province on solar power.
The 20th edition of an international conference on Islamic philosophy, theology and mysticism will be held in London next month.
Iranian scientist Alireza Mashaghi Tabari who is a principal investigator and assistant professor at Leiden University and Harvard University has been nominated for the 2017 Discoverer of the Year Award.
A book tiled “Ideas in Motion in Baghdad and Beyond: Philosophical and Theological Exchanges Between Christians and Muslims in the Third/Ninth and Fourth/Tenth Centuries” was published by the Brill Publishing House in Leiden, the Netherlands
An Iranian knowledge-based firm, for the first time ever, has launched a mass production line for medical ventilators used in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
The 21st Annual Iranian Congress of Physical Medicine, Rehabilitation and Electrodiogenesis will be held in Tehran on 17-19 January, 2018, with notable speakers from American and European countries in attendance.
AUT researchers managed to produce proton exchange membrane as the heart of fuel cells in order to improve the transition of proton in membranes.
The 20th International Conference on Islamic Philosophy will be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The Muslim Lawyers’ Association of Nigeria has described as unlawful the recent refusal by the Nigerian Law School to allow Firdaus Amasa entrance into the venue of the ‘Call to Bar’ ceremony recently in Abuja because she put on hijab.
Afghanistan’s Girl Robotics Team won the Entrepreneur Challenge at Europe’s largest robotics festival in Tallinn, Estonia, having already secured a silver medal in a similar competition in Washington.
London Islamic School has been awarded silver accreditation in their School Travel Plan. Transport for London’s (TfL) STARS programme was launched in 2007 to encourage children, parents and teachers to adopt more sustainable ways of travelling to school around the capital.