Iran Offers Cooperation on the Development of Science and Technology

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Reporter: Irma Wahyuni

 

Rectorate Building, UIN Online- Deputy Minister for Research and Technology of Islamic Republic of Iran, Khurasyad visited UIN campus accompanied by  Iranian Ambassador to Indonesia, His Excellency Behrouz Kamalvandi and was accepted by the Rector Prof. Dr. Hidayat Komaruddin, the vice Rectors and deans of faculties on thursday (15/10). Iran offered co-operations in the field of biotechnology, cell nucleus, earthquakes, space industry, and nano technology to UIN in order to develop Moslem’s science and technology,

 

The co-operations will come in the form of lectures and students exchanges, research, training and workshops. To make these cooperations a reality, it will be laid out in a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) in the near future.

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Although there are many pressures from the west, the country of mullahs experienced rapid advancements in science and technology, among others the ability to produce nuclear fuel on an industrial scale. Previously, Iran was also successful in breeding the nucleus of cells which is of great value to the medical world. There are currently only ten countries in the world which are able to develop this technology.

 

Recently, coinciding with the commemoration of Islamic Revolution’s victory, Iranian scientists announced their success in producing antiretroviral drugs to treat functional retrovirus infections caused by HIV / AIDS. This is a big leap in  curing the deadly AIDS disease.

 

Besides that, in the aerospace industry, Iran has been able to design, plan and send satellites into space.

 

Iran Offers Cooperation on the Development of Science and Technology

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Reporter: Irma Wahyuni

 

Rectorate Building, UIN Online- Deputy Minister for Research and Technology of Islamic Republic of Iran, Khurasyad visited UIN campus accompanied by  Iranian Ambassador to Indonesia, His Excellency Behrouz Kamalvandi and was accepted by the Rector Prof. Dr. Hidayat Komaruddin, the vice Rectors and deans of faculties on thursday (15/10). Iran offered co-operations in the field of biotechnology, cell nucleus, earthquakes, space industry, and nano technology to UIN in order to develop Moslem’s science and technology,

 

The co-operations will come in the form of lectures and students exchanges, research, training and workshops. To make these cooperations a reality, it will be laid out in a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) in the near future.

.

Although there are many pressures from the west, the country of mullahs experienced rapid advancements in science and technology, among others the ability to produce nuclear fuel on an industrial scale. Previously, Iran was also successful in breeding the nucleus of cells which is of great value to the medical world. There are currently only ten countries in the world which are able to develop this technology.

 

Recently, coinciding with the commemoration of Islamic Revolution’s victory, Iranian scientists announced their success in producing antiretroviral drugs to treat functional retrovirus infections caused by HIV / AIDS. This is a big leap in  curing the deadly AIDS disease.

 

Besides that, in the aerospace industry, Iran has been able to design, plan and send satellites into space.