TEHRAN (ANA)- A knowledge-based company in Iran succeeded in indigenizing chemicals used for production of different medicine.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Researchers at Isfahan University, in the Central part of Iran, have offered a new method for stabilizing the anti-cancer drugs doxorubicin and pemetrexed and the targeting agent glutamine on the surface of gold to survey the interaction of the resulting nano-structures with cancer cells.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Researchers at the UB College of Arts and Sciences have discovered that under extreme pressure, sodium’s electrons remain bonded to atoms, causing it to become a transparent insulator and this finding challenges previous theories and provides insights into the atomic behavior of matter in celestial bodies.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Chemists at the University of Chicago offered two new methods to develop a way to easily replace a carbon atom with a nitrogen atom in a molecule and the findings could make it easier to develop new drugs.
TEHRAN (ANA)- MIT researchers have improved the stability of acenes, molecules with potential in semiconductors and light-emitting diodes which allows acenes to emit various colors and could advance their use in efficient solar cells and brighter, energy-saving screens.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Specialists of an Iranian knowledge-based company stationed at the Science and Technology Park of Isfahan province succeeded in producing material conductivity testing or advanced ion meter device for application in industrial laboratories.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology developed a way to quickly calculate the transition state structure of a chemical reaction, using machine-learning models.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Specialists of an Iranian knowledge-based company which produces pharmaceutical, petrochemical, agricultural and oil and gas equipment succeeded in making a nitrogen evaporator for desolvating samples with the help of inert gases.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Scientists at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory have made a significant stride toward understanding a viable process for direct air capture, or DAC, of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
TEHRAN (ANA)- A technological company in Iran has produced alumina-based nanocatalysts, which have been utilized in different refineries and gas fields such as Ilam Refinery Co, Shahid Hasheminejad gas refinery, different phases of South Pars gas field and Khark Petrochemical company.