The Secretary of Iran’s Nanotechnology Development Headquarters Saeed Sarkar on Sunday announced the production of 1,200 items of nano products in 18 fields of industry.
He made the remarks on the sidelines of the 13th edition of Iran Nano Exhibition on Sunday and stated that the products showcased at the exhibition is to familiarize different sectors of the country with the domestic capabilities and potentials.
It is predicted that trade and economic delegations from 10 countries will take part in this edition of the exhibition with the aim of getting familiar with the salient technological achievements in the field of nano, Sarkar added.
He pointed to the countries interested in participating in this exhibition and added that these business delegations from the countries including Brunei, India, Mexico, Russia and Indonesia which have shown vehement interest to take part in the exhibition.
It is hoped that the trade and business delegations will reach an agreement with the Iranian companies in order to spur country’s exports, he emphasized.
Elsewhere in his remarks, the Secretary pointed to Iran’s rank in the production of science and technology in the region and the world and added that Iran is ranked first among the regional and Islamic countries in the field of nano-science production.
Iran also is ranked 4th in the world after China, India and the United States, he continued.
Currently, over 1,200 nano-based products have been produced in 18 fields of industry which have had a significant impact on updating and empowering industries, he added.
The 13th edition of Iran Nano Exhibition opened in the presence of some Iranian officials including Iranian agriculture minister Javad Sadatinejad in Tehran International Fairground in the north of the capital on Saturday.
Iran’s trade with the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) member states in the spring saw 29 percent increase, said a senior official in Iran’s Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance.
Majid Karimi, director-general of financial and commercial markets study office at the ministry, told IRNA on Saturday that Iran’s non-oil trade with 11 member states of the SCO reach 9.85 billion dollars in spring.
He said that Iran’s non-oil exports to those countries amounted to 5.5 billion dollars with 20 percent increase compared to the same period last year and its imports accounted to 4.35 billion dollars up by 41 percent.
China, India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Russia, and Uzbekistan topped Iran’s list of exports destinations among the SCO members this spring, according to Karimi.
He highlighted the presence of China and Russia in the SCO as the two permanent members of the United Nations Security Council and India as an emerging economy adds to the significance of Iran’s accession to the regional organization.
Karimi said that the SCO can remove the dollar and euro from transactions between member states and plan for a single currency in the future, noting that Iran has offered using insurances and financial channels.
The SCO can also adopt proper approaches on sustainable collaborations on energy, as two world’s biggest energy producers (Russia and Iran) and two world’s biggest energy consumers (China and India) are members of the organization.
Iran’s exports to neighboring Turkey show a 49 percent growth in the first eight months of 2022.
According to the Statistical Department of Turkey, Iran exported $2.382 million worth of products to Turkey in the eight months of 2022, showing a 49 percent growth compared to the same period last year.
Accordingly, Turkey’s exchange of products with the Islamic Republic of Iran in the eight months has had a 29 percent growth.
The number was $3.344 this year but had been $4.332 billion in the same period of the current year.
Iranian satellite “Khayyam” launched by Soyuz rocket from Kazakhstan Baikonur Cosmodrome in cooperation with Russia. The Khayyam satellite whose ownership is for Iranian Space Agency is proper for making smart different parts of the country.
The home-made Iranian satellite is also aimed at improving agricultural productivity, monitoring water resources and management of natural disasters, among other things.
The Iran develops domestic capabilities and will continue such a cooperation in order to meet its needs and accelerate the process of development in space technology.
Iran’s Minister of Communication and Information Technology Issa Zarepour, who has traveled to Kazakhstan for launch of Khayyam, said through a video message that Iranian Space Agency will continue scientific and technological cooperation with countries which are pioneers in the space industry.
Khayyam satellite was successfully placed in the 500 km orbit of the earth
“Alireza Naimi”, Director General of Space Operation and Space Operations of the Iran Space Organization, announced in an interview: During the process carried out by the satellite carrier, after one hour it was separated from the satellite carrier and placed in a circular orbit 500 km from the earth’s surface. Half an hour later, we received the first telemetry data.
He added: “Receiving the first signals was very happy and satisfying for us, and it can be said that the Khayyam satellite is in a very good condition.”
Naimi said: The satellite is not yet in a condition where we can say that it has entered the practical stage. To achieve this goal, we need about four months to be able to provide the images received from this satellite to the people. (read here)
Khayyam’s sensing satellite has high imaging accuracy and transmits images with a resolution of one meter to the ground.
This satellite is owned and operated by the Islamic Republic of Iran. Guidance and control will be received from ground stations in Iran, and the information and images sent will also be received at these stations.
Omar Khayyam: Persian poet and astronomer
Omar Khayyam, Arabic in full Ghiyāth al-Dīn Abū al-Fatḥ ʿUmar ibn Ibrāhīm al-Nīsābūrī al-Khayyāmī, (born May 18, 1048, Neyshābūr [also spelled Nīshāpūr], Khorāsān [now Iran]—died December 4, 1131, Neyshābūr), Persian mathematician, astronomer, and poet, renowned in his own country and time for his scientific achievements but chiefly known to English-speaking readers through the translation of a collection of his robāʿīyāt (“quatrains”) in The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám (1859), by the English writer Edward FitzGerald.
His name Khayyam (“Tentmaker”) may have been derived from his father’s trade. He received a good education in the sciences and philosophy in his native Neyshābūr before traveling to Samarkand (now in Uzbekistan), where he completed the algebratreatise, Risālah fiʾl-barāhīn ʿalā masāʾil al-jabr waʾl-muqābalah (“Treatise on Demonstration of Problems of Algebra”), on which his mathematical reputation principally rests. In this treatise he gave a systematic discussion of the solution of cubic equations by means of intersecting conic sections. Perhaps it was in the context of this work that he discovered how to extend Abu al-Wafā’s results on the extraction of cube and fourth roots to the extraction of nth roots of numbers for arbitrary whole numbers n.
He made such a name for himself that the SeljuqsultanMalik-Shāh invited him to Eṣfahān to undertake the astronomical observations necessary for the reform of the calendar. (See The Western calendar and calendar reforms.) To accomplish this an observatory was built there, and a new calendar was produced, known as the Jalālī calendar. Based on making 8 of every 33 years leap years, it was more accurate than the present Gregorian calendar, and it was adopted in 1075 by Malik-Shāh. In Eṣfahān he also produced fundamental critiques of Euclid’s theory of parallels as well as his theory of proportion. In connection with the former his ideas eventually made their way to Europe, where they influenced the English mathematician John Wallis (1616–1703); in connection with the latter he argued for the important idea of enlarging the notion of number to include ratios of magnitudes (and hence such irrational numbers as Square root of√2 and π).
His years in Eṣfahān were very productive ones, but after the death of his patron in 1092 the sultan’s widow turned against him, and soon thereafter Omar went on a pilgrimage to Mecca. He then returned to Neyshābūr where he taught and served the court as an astrologer. Philosophy, jurisprudence, history, mathematics, medicine, and astronomy are among the subjects mastered by this brilliant man.
Omar’s fame in the West rests upon the collection of robāʿīyāt, or “quatrains,” attributed to him. (A quatrain is a piece of verse complete in four lines, usually rhyming aaaa or aaba; it is close in style and spirit to the epigram.) Omar’s poems had attracted comparatively little attention until they inspired FitzGerald to write his celebrated The Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám, containing such now-famous phrases as “A Jug of Wine, a Loaf of Bread—and Thou,” “Take the Cash, and let the Credit go,” and “The Flower that once has blown forever dies.” These quatrains have been translated into almost every major language and are largely responsible for colouring European ideas about Persian poetry. Some scholars have doubted that Omar wrote poetry. His contemporaries took no notice of his verse, and not until two centuries after his death did a few quatrains appear under his name. Even then, the verses were mostly used as quotations against particular views ostensibly held by Omar, leading some scholars to suspect that they may have been invented and attributed to Omar because of his scholarly reputation.
Each of Omar’s quatrains forms a complete poem in itself. It was FitzGerald who conceived the idea of combining a series of these robāʿīyāt into a continuous elegy that had an intellectual unity and consistency. FitzGerald’s ingenious and felicitous paraphrasing gave his translations a memorable verve and succinctness. They are, however, extremely free translations, and more recently several more faithful renderings of the quatrains have been published.
The verses translated by FitzGerald and others reveal a man of deep thought, troubled by the questions of the nature of reality and the eternal, the impermanence and uncertainty of life, and man’s relationship to God. The writer doubts the existence of divine providence and the afterlife, derides religious certainty, and feels keenly man’s frailty and ignorance. Finding no acceptable answers to his perplexities, he chooses to put his faith instead in a joyful appreciation of the fleeting and sensuous beauties of the material world. The idyllic nature of the modest pleasures he celebrates, however, cannot dispel his honest and straightforward brooding over fundamental metaphysical questions. This article was most recently revised and updated by Amy Tikkanen.
The first international paragliding landing competition with 75 participants was hosted by Marivan Free Zone in Zaribar Lake, west of Iran.
Zrebar Lake, Zarivar or as locals know it, Zaribar freshwater lake, is located in beautiful Kurdistan province, 3 km west of Marivan city. The name is composed of zrê (“sea”) and the suffix –bar (which in Kurdish means “lake”). The lake, one of the largest lakes in Iran’s fresh water, is considered to be one of the most famous and beautiful natural attractions in the west of the country. The height of the lake is 1285 meters above sea level and is surrounded by beautiful mountains of trees and pasture surrounded by mountains and unique features to the lake. The length of this lake is 5 and its width is 1.6 kilometers and its depth is about 3 meters (between 2 and 5.5 meters), which makes it easy to sail on it. Zrebar Lake is supplied from hot springs and rain and snow water. Due to its favorable conditions, this wetland embraces various plants and animals and boasts bird-watching and fishing activities. Zaribar wetland is one of the most unique lakes in the world, and it has the general condition of an international wetland.
The lake was registered on January 21, 2010, with number 102 on the list of the natural heritage of Iran. The wetland is also considered as a wildlife refuge by the Environment Organization since 2009. Zaribar Lake shines like a turquoise blue among the mountains and greenery plains around it and is one of the most attractive and exciting places to explore and enjoy. One of the most popular hobbies in the Zaribar Lake is boating; both motorized boats and pedal boats have made it possible to go inside the lake and enjoy the sunny atmosphere and tranquility of it. The proper environment for the Zrebar wetland has led national teams of sailing in different fields to prepare for this and follow their training to attend international competitions in the lake. The proper bedding of Zrebar Lake and the presence of different species of fish in this blue zone has made fishing here an attractive destination. Many early morning get to the wetland to catch fish to try their luck and come back home. The good environment of the Zrebar Lake for fishing led to the hosting of the first international festival of sport and fishing tourism in May 2018 with the participation of nine foreign countries.
The lush environment surrounding the lake, its place among the mountains and plains, its enclosure in the forests and the blue sky has created a spectacular view. If you have a piece of creativity and patience, you can take beautiful pictures and pictures of your trip to Zaribar . Zrebar wetland is home to a large number of native and migratory birds. This thing has made it one of the best-known bird watching places in western Iran. Aythya ferina and Anas platyrhynchos, big and small Botaurus poiciloptilus, varieties of Coot, Thalasseus, Laridae, Ardea cinerea, Anas crecca, migratory Storks and hunting birds such as Western marsh harrier and Falco Tinnunculus that you can watch them with a help of bird-watching tools and a little patience. If you like in danger and thrill, Zrebar Lake is a good place for you. Here you can fly on a glider on the fly over the area and enjoy the panorama of your feet. Of course, once a year, there are also paragliding festivals in Zrebar Lake, you can compete with other professionals if you have enough skill and courage.
Zrebar Lake is one of the venues for the gathering of Marivan people to hold various local ceremonies. If you are a favorite of Kurdish culture, listen to the ringing ceremony here because you can watch beautiful dance and participate in these festivals, and enjoy their colorful clothes alongside the cheerful and attractive local music. The most famous and popular eating that you can experience is the grilled fish; grilled fish, which most people who visit the lake and taste it, are the best-grilled fish in the whole of Iran. Around Zrebar there are small and large caves waiting for you to catch fresh fish from the lake to prepare one of the most delicious grilled fish. Of course, if you do not like the salt taste and the usual fish, you can ask them to cook the fish for various other flavors. These grilled fish are served with different ingredients, and with their attractive taste, one of the best experiences of your stomach.In addition, at times, along with the lake, there are small pavilions that sell native food such as soup and local bread; take a leap in the dark, set aside your usual food habits and experience native dishes have a new city and culture. Do not worry, if you are strolling around in your snack around this area, you can eat small snacks and snacks, such as fast food or ice cream.
One of the beauty and wonders of the lake is the moving islands that look around and make a spectacular view. The islands that are torn between roots and the marginal lake are caused by wind and water flow through the lagoon. Sometimes the area of these moving islands is 20 meters. Zaribar water is often seen in greenish brownishness, it has a normal, natural odor, and no other odor indicates the progress of the gas. Its surface water freezes in the winter and brings a spectacular and spectacular view to Jude.
In the latest update by Iranian Health Ministry on Thursday no COVID-related deaths were reported over the past 24 hours.
It is the first zero daily death toll since the outbreak of the pandemic in the country in early 2020.
Iran’s Health Minister Bahram Einollahi issued a message in which he hailed the zero daily COVID death toll after the country’s 2 year and 100 days of fight against the pandemic.
Bahram Einollahi said that Iran witnessed its first day without any COVID-related deaths while high death tolls are reported in the United States and Europe.
He congratulated Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei and the whole Iranian nation on this achievement.
He called on the Iranian nation to observe the health protocols until the country celebrates the end of the pandemic.
Coronavirus figures kept declining in Iran thanks to the government’s mass vaccination campaign. So far, 64,550,043 people have received the first dose of the COVID vaccine, 57,866,919 people the second dose and 27,562,033 people the third dose, and the total number of vaccines injected in the country reached 149,978,995 doses.
Coronavirus and US Sanction against IRAN
Iran has been battling one of the deadliest outbreaks in the world, with the crippling sanctions slapped on the country by the US significantly hampering the country’s efforts to rein in the spread of the virus and provide vaccines from other countries.
The sanctions were imposed by the administration of former President Donald Trump under a “maximum pressure” campaign and have been maintained by the current administration of Joe Biden, which has refused to soften the bans to ease pandemic-related hardship on Iranians.
Iranian officials have described the sanctions as “economic terrorism” and “medical terrorism” for their deadly impact on ordinary people.
The bans, however, backfired and helped the Islamic Republic rely on its own medical and pharmaceutical capacities to develop domestically-manufactured anti-COVID vaccine, so much so that the country’s health experts rose through the ranks and promoted Iran as one of the few exporters of the coronavirus jabs.
The 21st Asian Senior Men’s Volleyball Championship was held from Sept. 12 to 19 in Chiba, Japan, and the participating teams vied for two spots in next year’s FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Championship in Russia.
At the end of the competitions, the Iranian coach Behrouz Ataei was introduced as the best coach in Asia, while the Iranian player Saber Kazemi was also named the most valuable player in the competitions.
This was Iran’s fourth win in the Asian championships, while Japan have won the title nine times so far.
By advancing the final, both Iran and Japan booked their tickets at the 2022 FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Championship already on Saturday.
The FIVB Volleyball Men’s World Championship will be held in Russia from Aug. 26 to Sept. 11, 2022 with the participation of 24 teams.
The technical tests and training of the national women’s ice hockey team, in full compliance with health protocols, began on Monday, September 13, under the supervision of the coach Azamsadat Sanaaei, with the presence of 30 athletes at the IRAN MALL ice track.
The girls in national ice hockey are preparing for the Asian Cup, which will be held in May 1401 in the Philippines.
The national women’s online hockey team was sent to the Asian Games in China for the first time in 2012 and won the third place. After that, in 2014, they were sent to the Asian Championships in China for the second time, and they were able to return to the country by winning the fourth place in Asia. In 2016, for the first time, this team was sent to the Inline Hockey World Cup in Italy and won the 19th place. In their last appearance in 2018, the South Korean Asian Championships were able to win the third place in Asia.
Iranmall Sports Complex
Iranmall Sports Complex has been created with the aim of creating physical and mental comfort, focusing on mental relaxation, developing motor skills and proper training of sports exercises, in a different environment and using the latest technology in the world. This collection includes various facilities for performing various sports and games, spending leisure time, enjoying spectacular games for the young generation and Iranian families, and holding domestic, regional and international sports events. In this regard, and to create a dynamic, safe and family environment for sports affairs, the founders of the Grand Bazaar of Iran have provided unique spaces in this complex, which is explained in the section on mobile sports sub-categories.