A Persian studies center has opened at Yessenov University in the Kazakh city of Aktau, the Persian service of IRNA reported on Friday.
'The Servant', a short animation written, directed and produced by Farnoosh Abedi will take part at the Rhode Island International Festival (RIIFF) in the US.
Iran's Tarbiat Modares University launched a petition to ask for UN efforts to rapidly free renowned Iranian stem cell scientist Professor Massoud Soleimani who has been jailed in the US without any charge for nearly one year.
Global warming and pollution caused by humanity's carbon-heavy footprint are ravaging Earth's oceans and icy regions in ways that could unleash misery on a global scale, a landmark UN report to be unveiled next week will warn.
The third round of restoration work has recently commenced on Rab’-e Rashidi, a 14th-century educational complex in East Azarbaijan province, northwest Iran.
A selection of works by illustrators of the 2018 IBBY Honor List will be on view in an exhibition at Laleh Gallery in Tehran under the title “Peace Should Be Learned in Childhood”.
The World Health Organization (WHO) in the Islamic Republic of Iran has received a special award from the National Medical Emergency Organization on the occasion of celebrating the 44th anniversary of the establishment of the Emergency Medical Service in Iran for its “outstanding efforts and valuable supports” to the country in time of emergencies.
Iran’s Minister of Science, Research and Technology Mansour Gholami said that sanctions are an opportunity for the scientific sector of the country.
A team of researchers at the Iranian National Algae Culture Collection have produced a kind of protein-rich juice out of algae with a somewhat astringent flavor.
Iranians mark the Persian Poetry Day (September 18), which is also the death anniversary of renowned Iranian poet Mohammad-Hossein Behjat Tabrizi, better known by his pen name, Shahriar.
“Am I a Wolf?” an animation by Amir Houshang Moien has recently been screened in three international film festivals: Turku, Finland; Fantoche, Switzerland; and Varna, Bulgaria.
Managing Director of Chinese “Ananas” Publishing Institute Qin Nan said that his publishing institute is ready to cooperate with Iran in the field of publishing children’s book.
Iran has reduced 9,800 tons of ozone-destroying emissions over the past 26 years as part of its commitment to the Montreal Protocol, phasing out the chemical substances responsible for ozone layer depletion while making efforts to cut another 2,000 tons.
Some 9,400 children in Tehran have participated in a painting contest called “The city I love” on issues related to life in the metropolis, including environment and green spaces, transportation and traffic, urban services, cultural and social issues, recreational facilities, sports, and entertainment.
Twenty two lines for school buses have been established in the city of Tehran, aimed at providing students with transportation services to ensure that they can attend schools safely, Tehran bus operating company's managing director Peyman Sanandaji has said.
Environmental education will be included in the country’s pre-primary schools’ curriculum in the new school year (beginning September 23) to prepare children for environment protection.