TEHRAN, March 3 (MNA) – Professor Samii has said that a neuroscience center will be established in Iran, which is highly progressive than the same centers in Germany and China.

Speaking in and awarded during the 27th Khwarizmi International Award, the head of International Neuroscience Institute in Hanover, Professor Majid Samii, said this scientific International Award indicated that how much science and technology were revered by Iranians.

He continued that a neuroscience center would be built in Iran far more progressive than the similar centers in Germany and China.

Professor Samii believed that this would be an important center which needed all officials’ cooperation to start establishing a center there where interested young bright students could work with the university professors.

Head of International Neuroscience Institute in Hanover hailed scientific efforts by the 11th cabinet intended to attract international attentions, and added that “I see a promising future for the country because I believe we have talented young students in the country who can be science and technology pioneers in the world if the bases are provided for them.”

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