TEHRAN (ANA)- Mohammad Peydayesh, an Iranian chemical engineer at ETH Zurich in Switzerland, and his colleagues have developed a way to recover gold from e-waste by using a milk-derived aerogel.
TEHRAN (ANA)- A study by Rice University researchers found that graphene derived from metallurgical coke, a coal-based product, could serve not only as a reinforcing additive in cement but also as a replacement for sand in concrete.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Northwestern University researchers have introduced a soil-microbe-powered fuel cell, significantly outperforming similar technologies and providing a sustainable solution for powering low-energy devices, with full public access to its designs for widespread application.
TEHRAN (ANA)- A production line for acetylene hydrogenation catalyst required for petrochemicals was inaugurated at a knowledge-based company near Abbas Abad city in the Northern part of Iran.
TEHRAN (ANA)- A knowledge-based company in Iran succeeded in designing polymer materials to separate blood cells and produce polymer dressings and polymeric materials for making anti-cancer drugs.
TEHRAN (ANA)- With the market for wearable electric devices growing rapidly, stretchable solar cells that can function under strain have received considerable attention as an energy source.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Based on a report one of the most effective methods of containing electric car fires without large amounts of water is called "Fire Isolator" which is innovated by the Dutch researchers.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Tens of Iran-made nanocatalysts are used in different industries for gasoline reforming, production of chemicals like urea, ammonia, ethylene oxide, hydrogen treatment of distillation tower residue and sulfur removal from petroleum products.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Advanced research in electrochemistry at the University of Jyväskylä has revealed how various factors, especially electrolyte ions, impact electrochemical reactions and this work, combining theoretical and experimental approaches, contributes to the development of efficient fuel cells and carbon-neutral energy solutions.
TEHRAN (ANA)- Iranian scientists at a knowledge-based company stationed at Gilan province’s Science and Technology Park succeeded in indigenizing and producing phycocyanin pigment without chemical additives.