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Key part of human gene activation revealed by new study
Until now, scientists weren't sure how gene activation mechanisms avoided nucleosomes, the bodyguards tasked with keeping DNA turned off.
Iranian auto part-makers ready to cooperate with leading foreign companies
Head of Iran Auto Parts Manufacturers Association (IAPMA) Reza Rezaei said Iranian auto parts manufacturers have started cooperation with their foreign counterparts within the format of the IKAP, the Iran Khodro- Peugeot joint venture.
'Kupal' to take part in Arizona Underground Filmfest
Iranian flick 'Kupal', directed by Kazem Mollaei, will compete with films from Britain, Canada, Spain, Palestine and the US in the 10th Arizona Underground Film Festival as the only Asian representative in the event.
Iranian, German, French companies to produce auto parts in Iran
An Iranian company will launch production line for driving force parts of automobiles in Iran in cooperation with German and French companies.
Scandals part of 'political culture' in Israel: Ya'alon
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's refusal to step down despite being a suspect in criminal investigations is a testimony to the problematic “political culture” in Israel, a former minister says.
Few dads take part in obesity treatment trials for kids
Fathers are conspicuously absent from studies that test the best ways to prevent and treat obesity in children, according to an analysis of research done in the past decade.
Part of brain that adapts to hearing loss identified
Although researchers understood that as parts of the brain responsible for hearing age and decline, other parts of the brain pick up the slack. Until now, however, they were not sure what parts those were.
Italy’s Saras settles part of Iran debt
Italian oil refiner Saras says it has settled part of the debt it owes to Iran for crude oil bought before 2012 when sanctions were imposed on the Islamic Republic.
Should happiness be part of school curriculum?
Every morning after the register, the 260 pupils of Westfield Primary School in Hertfordshire settle in their classrooms into mountain pose (standing up, shoulders relaxed) or a sitting position. They close their eyes, imagine they are in their own private bubble and spend the next few minutes focusing on their breathing.
Assad party victorious in Syria parliamentary vote
Syria's ruling Baath party and its allies won a majority of seats in parliamentary elections last week across government-held parts of the country, the national electoral commission announced.
Hyundai Motor to resume export of auto parts to Iran in April
Hyundai Motor Group is gearing up for the reentry into the reopened Iranian market by exporting the semi-knock-down (SKD) products.
Disabled persons not part of AIDS success in Zimbabwe
Wheelchair-bound, her body now skeletal from full blown AIDS, disabled 38-year-old Melisa Chigumba attempts to wave away a swarm of flies hovering around her face as she sits outside her home in Chachacha, a remote area in Shurugwi, 278 kilometers south of Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare.
30-day auto spare parts exports exceeded $6m
Iran exported 1.76 million tons of auto spare parts worth $6.03 million to 21 countries during March 21-April 20, 2015.
Iran takes part in Turkey’s International Defense Industry Fair
Iran's Deputy Defense Minister Brigadier General Firouz Masihpour has taken part in the opening ceremony of Turkey’s 12th International Defense Industry Fair (IDEF).

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