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Mass-Production of Nano-Based Automobile Parts in Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC) showcased nanotechnology applications in the auto industry as well as nano-based automobile parts which are being mass-produced in Iran at the 7th International Auto Parts Exhibition in Tehran.
 

Mussel Goo Inspires Blood Vessel Glue
TEHRAN (FNA)- A researcher has helped create a gel - based on the mussel's knack for clinging to rocks, piers and boat hulls - that can be painted onto the walls of blood vessels and stay put, forming a protective barrier with potentially life-saving implications. ( 10:42:54 - 2012/12/12)



Ant and Termite Colonies Unearth Gold
TEHRAN (FNA)- Ant and termite nests could lead to hidden treasure according to research conducted by CSIRO. ( 10:15:30 - 2012/12/12)



Optimum Method for Application of Matrix Fluorescence Spectrometry in Nanobiotechnology Studies
TEHRAN (FNA)- In addition to introducing the advantages of matrix fluorescence spectrometry methods in nanobiotechnology studies, Iranian researchers succeeded in presenting new analysis methods for their optimum application in these fields. ( 15:27:50 - 2012/12/11)



Wind, Solar with Storage Could Power Grid
TEHRAN (FNA)- Renewable energy could fully power a large electric grid 99.9 percent of the time by 2030 at costs comparable to today's electricity expenses, according to new research by the University of Delaware and Delaware Technical Community College. ( 10:48:07 - 2012/12/11)



Making Old Skin Cells Act Young Again
TEHRAN (FNA)- As we get older, the trillions of cells in our body do too. And like us, they become less resilient and able to weather the stress of everyday life. Our skin especially tells the tale of what's happening throughout our bodies. ( 10:29:24 - 2012/12/11)



Carbon Nanotubes Determine Morphine, Diclofenac in Drug Samples
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researchers succeeded in the production of electrodes to concurrently determine the morphine and diclofenac in drug and biological samples. ( 19:21:37 - 2012/12/10)



Smoking Affects Allergy-Relevant Stem Cells
TEHRAN (FNA)- Environmental contaminants, such as smoking, are harmful to the human organism in relation to the occurrence of allergies. ( 10:56:23 - 2012/12/10)



High Hormone Levels Put Young Black Males at Risk for Cardiovascular Disease
TEHRAN (FNA)- Scientists said increased levels of the hormone aldosterone in young black males correlate with an unhealthy chain of events that starts with retaining too much salt and results in an enlarged heart muscle. ( 10:40:23 - 2012/12/10)



Iran's Nano Chief Urges Development of Nanotechnology in Muslim States
TEHRAN (FNA)- Secretary-General of the Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC) Prof. Saeed Sarkar underlined that Muslim countries should put aside their differences and unite in developing nanotechnology. ( 13:01:00 - 2012/12/09)



Chemical Reaction Could Explain How Stars Form
TEHRAN (FNA)- University of North Dakota scientist Mark Hoffmann's version of Star Search goes a long way -- a very long way -- out into the universe. ( 10:49:34 - 2012/12/09)



Monkeys Shed Light on Early Human Interbreeding
TEHRAN (FNA)- Did different species of early humans interbreed and produce offspring of mixed ancestry? ( 10:37:03 - 2012/12/09)



World's Big Trees Dying
TEHRAN (FNA)- The largest living organisms on the planet, the big, old trees that harbor and sustain countless birds and other wildlife, are dying. ( 10:50:43 - 2012/12/08)



Gene Network Illuminates Stress, Mutation
TEHRAN (FNA)- For much of her professional life, Dr. Susan Rosenberg has studied the puzzling response of bacteria to stress and the mutations that result. ( 10:35:46 - 2012/12/08)



Adolescents Under Pressure to Speak Properly
TEHRAN (FNA)- Findings of a new study showed that as adolescents transition to adulthood, the pressure to meet adult expectations - such as speaking properly - may be greater than expected. ( 14:37:43 - 2012/12/07)



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