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Tiger or Rabbit does not Matter: a New Look into the Recent Great Achievements of Iranian Scientists
Since 2005, scientific acceleration in Iran has enjoyed an explosive surge. In 2009, Iran's growth rate in science and technology was 11 times that of the world's output. In terms of total output per year, Iran has already surpassed countries such as Sweden, Switzerland, Israel, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Austria or that of Norway.
Iran, Research, Education, Publication
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