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Shiraz hosts TU Dresden from Germany
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Shiraz hosts TU Dresden from Germany

“TU Dresden Week” began work in Shiraz, central Iran, yesterday 15 April 2018. The event will run until 17 April with the aim of promoting scientific, cultural, environmental, and student exchanges. Shiraz and Dresden mayors will also be meeting on the sidelines of the event this week.  

Iranian researcher creates artificial larynx
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Iranian researcher creates artificial larynx

An Iranian scientist has developed an artificial larynx that uses the patient's respiratory system and generates a high-quality voice. Farzaneh Ahmadi, an Iranian researcher, and the team of scientists at the MARCS Institute at Western Sydney University have tested an artificial larynx that can generate a high-quality voice.  

Health Ministry concludes 150 projects with Germany
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Health Ministry concludes 150 projects with Germany

The Research Deputy at the Ministry of Health and Education has announced the conclusion of over 150 research projects with Germany, and said: “Most of the joint projects to be conducted with the German Ministry of Health are cancer research projects.” Dr med, Deputy Malekzadeh, added: “The Ministry of Health has conducted many joint research programs with Germany over the years and a number of the 22 scientific research projects reviewed at the Science Day ceremony also belong to the Ministry of Health.”

International scientists travel to Iran
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International scientists travel to Iran

Over the past eleven months, 230 foreign scientists have traveled to Iran to expand scientific cooperation with this country. Speaking at the Iran-German Science Day at the University of Science and Technology in Tehran, Hossein Salar-Amoli said: “Over the past eleven months, 230 scientists from Germany, Austria, Italy, and China have traveled to Iran for extensive scientific cooperation.”  

Khwarizmi Award acknowledges 15 projects
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Khwarizmi Award acknowledges 15 projects

The 31st Khwarizmi International Award closing ceremony was held on Thursday 25 February 2018 in the presence of President Hassan Rouhani. Researchers of the top ten projects conducted in Iran and five conducted overseas in Australia, China, Germany, France, and Switzerland were acknowledged at the ceremony.

Iran leads international scientific collaboration
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Iran leads international scientific collaboration

The Scopus Citation Database shows Iran at the top of its international scientific collaboration list for 2017. Mehr News Agency writes that a research program can be carried out by one researcher or a group of researchers as a scientific collaboration in one or more countries. When two or more researchers from different countries work on the same project, this will lead to a scientific collaboration on an international level. This is also called science diplomacy.  

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