60% of Iran's total exported knowledge-based products are linked with biotechnology.
Tissue culture is the growth of tissues or cells in an artificial medium separate from the parent organism.
Iranian agricultural biotech researchers have successfully produced Cumin by means of molecular breeding in the country and further proposed superior genotypes of drought-tolerant safflower with considerable oil production potential.
97% of the medicine in Iranian pharmaceutical market is produced locally and only 3% is being imported.
A team of scientists consisting of an Iranian researcher has reported on their scientific progress made in the field of deep magnetic stimulation of the brain, through which it suggests that Parkinson's disease can be fought.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has recently begun producing a drug conformed to be effective in blood coagulation, breaking the western countries’ monopoly due to the unremitting efforts made by the researchers at Tabriz University of Medical Sciences.