Chaired by Prof.  Davari Ardakani, the Scientific Council of the Academy sat for its 498th meeting on January 5th. The attendees consisted of the secretary and chairmen of the scientific departments of the Academy.

At first Prof. Davari extended his sincerest condolences over the martyrdom of the late Iranian military commander, Lieutenant General, Qasem Soleimani who was martyred in a U.S. terrorist assault.

Then he congratulated Prof. Mohammad Reza Eslami as the new chairman of the Department of Engineering Sciences of the Academy and thanked Prof. Saeed Sohrabpour for his efforts as the ex-chairman of the Department.

The meeting continued with the approval of the articles resulted from the following accomplished research projects: Designing the Integrated Management System for the Sustainable Development of the Country, Stretching of Trial in Civil Affairs and Strategies and the Role of Women in Science and Technology.

The other topics and proposals discussed and decided upon in this meeting include:

- Publication of a journal by the Department of Basic Sciences in the field of basic sciences;

- Nominations of the Department of Engineering Sciences for honoring prestigious engineers, distinguished engineering faculties, and prominent Iranian young scientists in engineering in 2020;

- Nominations of the Department of Agricultural Sciences for honoring outstanding engineers in agriculture and natural resources in 2020;

- Collaboration of Dr. Maryam Haghighi, as the invited scholar, with the Department of Agricultural Sciences for a two-year term;

- Extension of the collaboration of an invited scholar with the Department of Agricultural Sciences and four invited scholars with the Department of Engineering Sciences for a further two-year term;

- Proposal of the Departments of Engineering Sciences and Agricultural Sciences regarding the draft of a cooperation agreement between the Academy and the National Research Institute for Science Policy of IR Iran

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