Displaying 1961 - 1980 of 2225
Row Number Project Title Award Session Year Section Country Field Category Rank Eng part Keywordssort descending
1962 Computerized textbooks International-KIA 6 1993 National Iran Electronic and Computer Winner student Third
1964 Aetiology, pathogenesis and prevention of hepatocellular carcinoma in black Africans International-KIA 16 2003 Foreign South Africa Medical Sciences Winner First PDF icon 16-e-32.pdf
1965 Identification of Iranian primary school student core vocabulary International-KIA 18 2005 National Iran Human Sciences Applied Research Second Image icon 18-88.jpg
1966 Youth - KYA 22 2020 student iran second
1967 Serial data Transmission International-KIA 9 1996 National Iran Electronic and Computer Winner Student Third
1969 Material and coatings based solutions for protection against high temperature corrosion in advanced technologies International-KIA 28 2015 Foreign Germany Materials and Metallurgy  Fundamental Research Third PDF icon 28- Englishpart 17.pdf
1970 Oscilloscope card Youth - KYA 2 2000 Young Researcher/Technologist Iran - BSc Student Third
1971 Terrestrial and naval surveillance and tracking electro optical systems International-KIA 21 2008 National Iran Defense Industries Applied Research Third PDF icon 21- 55.pdf
1972 Design and construction of expansion turbine electric generator Youth - KYA 10 2008 Young Researcher/Technologist Iran Mechanics Research and Development Second
1974 In vivo repair of severe bone defects using nanofibers and stem cells Youth - KYA 18 2016 Young Researcher/Technologist Iran Biotechnology and Basic Medical Sciences Fundamental Research Third
1976 Determination of different strains of Echinococcus granulosus in Iran International-KIA 12 1999 National Iran Biotechnology and Basic Medical Sciences Applied Research Third
1978 Making a 65-mm telescope International-KIA 3 1990 National Iran Physics Winner Student Second
1980 Modeling and analysis of underwater acoustic lens Youth - KYA 6 2004 Young Researcher/Technologist Iran MSc Student First