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Crows filmed assembling DIY tools in 'remarkable' scientific experiment
Crows have shown that they can assemble tools from two or more components — a feat which was previously believed that only humans and great apes were capable of.
Five scientific predictions by Hawking
Following the scientific advances made by human being in the past century, the extent of future progress in a number of scientific and technological fields has always been a challenging questions for most people with many scientists having attempted to provide answers.
11 EU countries launch plan to make scientific publications open access
As the second wave of the digital era continues, innovations such as artificial intelligence (AI) systems are carving even more new areas.
Beware of those scientific studies — most are wrong
A few years ago, two researchers took the 50 most-used ingredients in a cook book and studied how many had been linked with a cancer risk or benefit, based on a variety of studies published in scientific journals.
Leader calls on Muslims to value scientific advancement
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei underlined the need for “unity and integrity” among Muslim nations amid the enemies’ attempts to sow discord in their ranks.
Researchers call for large-scale scientific investigation into fake news
The indictment of 13 Russians in the operation of a ‘troll farm’ that spread false information related to the 2016 US presidential election has renewed the spotlight on the power of ‘fake news’ to influence public opinion.
Iran, Belarus to boost scientific cooperation
Iran’s Ambassador to Belarus Mostafa Oweisi and the chancellor of Belarusian State University of Technology stressed the need for promoting scientific collaboration between the two countries.
Japan urges using scientific capacities for cooperation with Iran
Minister of Education, Culture, Sport, Science and Technology of Japan Hirokazu Matsuno, in a meeting with Iran's Minister of Sciences, Research and Technology Mohammad Farhadi, called for using scientific and technological capacities for cooperation between the two countries.
Iran among top 20 scientific nations
Iran ranked fourth in terms of science production among top 20 countries in 2014, said Mohammad Javad Dehqani, the head of Islamic World Science Citation Center (ISC).
Scientific might paved way for Iran victory
Expediency Council Chief Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said Iran’s military might pave the way for its present victories in the world.
Iran ranks 21st in terms of scientific productions in biotechnology
A new report by the Scopus website shows the Islamic Republic of Iran has ranked 21st in the world in terms of scientific productions in the field of biotechnology in 2014.

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