By Abdol S. Soofi, Sepehr Ghazinoory
Over the process the final twenty years, Iran has undergone significant commercial transformation, inspite of significant stumbling blocks within the direction of the country's improvement. This accomplished ebook examines the Iranian government's mobilization of assets to strengthen technology and expertise, proposing an summary of the constitution, dynamics, and results of the government's technology and expertise rules. It evaluates sectors on the platforms point and emphasizes the prominence of presidency, instead of of the industry, within the innovation procedure of the Iranian economic system. Written via authors who're in positions of management within the industries they talk about, this publication bargains an exceptional inspect Iran's present expertise achievements.
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Science in the Pre-Islamic Period Our main information about the state of the sciences starting in the pre-Islamic era goes back to the Sassanid dynasty (AD 224–AD 651), although the information on medical sciences, including the transfer of methods of surgeries from Persia to Greece and the reopening of Sais Medical College by Darius, goes back to the Achaemenid Empire (BC 550–BC 330) (Soltanzadeh 1985). However, the various schools in the Sassanid Empire have given this era a particular historical significance that has emerged from the safeguarding of traditional education for more than two hundred years after the emergence of Islam.
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This is the question that Iranians have asked themselves for over one hundred years: Why is Iran still a developing country and has it not been successful in overcoming the obstacle of backwardness? This is a discussion that is very difficult to separate from similar developments in other Islamic countries (Hoodboy 1992). In this chapter, based on the concept of modern science, as a complex social phenomenon, I have tried to analyze our own history, and hope to play a role in these continuing discussions.
Science and Innovations in Iran: Development, Progress, and Challenges by Abdol S. Soofi, Sepehr Ghazinoory