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.
In Memoriam of Ali Asharaf Darvishian
Ali Asharaf Darvishian was a prominent author and researcher of Persian popular literature who wrote for the people. He left this mortal world on 26 October 2017.
Leili Afshar receives 1st ‘Gordafarid’ badge
The Sahnameh Researchers and Narrators Society has designed the first Badge of Honor named after ‘Gordafarid’ – a Shahnameh Heroine – for prominent Iranian women. Leili Afshar, prominent guitar player, will be the first woman to receive the Badge of Honor.
18th Traditional and Ritual Theater Festival
The 18th Traditional and Ritual Theater Festival will be held in Iran in September. Eleven researchers from around the world will be attending.
Iranian researcher proves Einstein black hole theory
A team of German, Czech, and Iranian astronomers and scholars succeeded in calculating the gravity of one of the largest black holes in the Milky Way.