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By Iran National Science Foundation;

Support of implementation of five intergroup research projects;

Support of implementation of five intergroup research projects by Iran national science foundation was approved.

According to the public relations and information center of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs, members of the intergroup workgroup of Iran national science foundation of the Vice-Presidency for science and technology affairs, evaluation 12 judged works in the workgroup and agreed with the financial and spiritual support of five research projects. The confirmed projects were in fields of biomedical engineering, biomechanics, tissue engineering and pharmaceutical biotechnology. Some of the most important obligations of projects include preparation and publication of books and articles in ISI journals, creation of product sample, patent registration, and production of technical knowledge.

In addition, 14 recently received studies were assessed by the workgroup and six projects were sent to specific judging panels for evaluation.

 

This workgroup has initiated its activity since 2004 by supporting intergroup and interdisciplinary studies in the field of experimental science. In addition to determining the priorities of the foundation according to higher-level documents and needs of the country, the workgroup assessed the research projects of researchers with interdisciplinary topics, determined in the comprehensive plan of the country, the fifth development program and the health map. Members of this workgroup are some of the prominent professors and faculty members of top universities of the country in fields of polymer engineering, tissue engineering, biomedical engineering, pharmacy, rehabilitation and environment.


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