Iran’s critically endangered cheetahs are the last remaining survivors of a unique, ancient Asian subspecies, genetics experts reveal.
(ABC News) | March 30, 2010 By MATTHEW COLE Shahram Amiri Disappeared Last June in Saudi Arabia, Reportedly Now Resettled in the United States An award-winning Iranian nuclear scientist, who disappeared last year under mysterious circumstances, has defected to the CIA and been resettled in the United States, according to people briefed on the operation [...]
A court in The Hague has dealt a blow to the Dutch government’s controversial attempts to keep sensitive nuclear technology out of the hands of Iran. Its policy to ban Iranian-born students and scientists from certain master’s degrees and from nuclear research facilities in the Netherlands is overly broad and a violation of an international civil rights treaty, the court ruled today.
ROME — An Italian company that helped build a communications satellite for Iran said Wednesday there are no plans to launch it, denying an announcement made in Tehran this week. Iran’s government said Tuesday that it will use Italy to launch the satellite some time after March 2011, after waiting years for Russia to do [...]
In the Name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful The honorable, free-spirited and vigilant people of Iran, Nearly three months ago, when you participated in the tenth presidential election, you went to the polls with the belief that your votes would be protected against the power-hungry goals of a minority group. You had been promised [...]
Though the world’s attention has focused on Iran’s advancing nuclear program, Iranian scientists have moved to the forefront in embryonic stem cell research, according to a recent joint study by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.