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    Defence Institute of Physiology & Allied Sciences

    Established in Madras in 1962, as the Armed Forces increased research in the fields of high altitude physiology, psychology, nutrition, and biochemistry. In 1968, it was relocated within the Army Base Hospital, Delhi Cantonment. In 1993, it was again relocated to its current location on Lucknow Road in Delhi.

    DIPAS carries out consultancy work in physiology and biochemistry. In addition ...

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    Hitech Bio-Services

    Hitech Bio-Services produces electrophoresis systems, orbital shakers, high-speed centrifuges, nitrogen estimation systems, high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) systems, ultracentrifuges, spectrophotometers, shakers, freeze-driers, auto analyzers, beta counters, CO2 incubators, and semi-auto analyzers.

    Sources: Hitech Bio-Services, www.hitechbio.com.

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    Bandar Abbas Uranium Production Plant (BUP)

    Iran's only operating mining and milling facility is at Gchine or Gachin, near the port of Bandar Abbas on the Persian Gulf. The Bandar Abbas Uranium Production Plant (BUP), which became operational in 2006, processes the uranium ore extracted from the Gchine mine, and is designed for a maximum output of 21 tons of uranium per year. [1 ...

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    Kalaye Electric Company

    The Kalaye Electric Company was a small workshop on the outskirts of Tehran that served as Iran's primary centrifuge R&D and pilot enrichment facility between 1995 and 2002.[1] After media reports revealed its existence, the IAEA asked to visit the facility in February 2003. Tehran initially denied the IAEA request and engaged in substantial concealment efforts, such ...

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    7th of Tir Industries

    7th of Tir Industries specializes in the manufacture of a series of industrial valves. [1] The company is also involved in the production of components for Iran's P-1 centrifuges. [2] According to ISIS, the company has produced critical rotating components and bellows. [3] 7th of Tir Industries is the target of both U.S. and UN sanctions. [4]

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    Huichon Unidentified Nozzle Factory

    North Korean defector "Lee Yŏng Shik" (pseudonym) says this factory produces nozzles that are used in the assembly of missiles at the No. 26 Factory in Kanggye, Chagang Province. There are a number of ways to interpret Lee's statement about "nozzle production." The simplest interpretation is that this facility produces "nozzles" for unguided rockets. In the case of simple ...

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    Darkhovin Nuclear Power Plant

    Historically, Darkhovin has been the proposed location for several reactor projects. Currently Iran is planning to construct a 360MW power generating reactor there. [1]

    French companies, contracted by Iran in 1973 to construct two 950MW pressurized water reactors (PWRs) at Darkhovin, cancelled the deal following the 1979 Iranian revolution. [2] In 1993, Iran contracted with China to ...

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    Center for Advanced Technology

    On 19 February 1984, the foundation was laid for the center with construction beginning in May 1984. In January 1986, the first multi-purpose shed was ready and the first scientific activity took place with the presentation of a "Workshop on Plasma Diagnostics."

    The center is divided into numerous divisions. The following is a list of these divisions and their ...

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    Junghwa-gun Missile Base

    This site has been identified this as a missile base, but no more is known about the site. [1]

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    [1] “북, 최소  4곳의 미사일 공장과  10곳의 미사일 기지 운영 [North Korea Operating at Least 4 Missiles Factories and 10 Missile Bases]”, Segye Ilbo, 26 March 1999, www.segye.com; "North Korea Special Weapons Guide," Federation of American ...

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    Karaj Waste Storage Facility

    The IAEA learned of the Karaj radioactive waste storage facility in 2003. In the same year, Iran shipped dismantled equipment used in laser enrichment experiments and materials resulting from uranium conversion experiments to the site, where IAEA inspectors viewed them in October 2003. [1] Environmental samples taken by the IAEA at the ...

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    Defence Research and Development Laboratory

    The DRDL was established in 1961 at the campus of the Defence Science Centre, Delhi as an expansion of the Special Weapon Development Team (SWDT). The laboratory was moved to Hyderabad in February 1962 to work on the design and development of missiles. During this initial phase, the laboratory successfully designed anti-tank missiles and indigenous rockets. The laboratory's first computer ...

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    Heavy Water Zero Power Reactor (ENTC-HWZPR)

    China constructed the Heavy Water Zero Power Reactor (HWZPR) in 1991, and the unit first became operational in 1995. [1] The reactor uses heavy water as a moderator and runs on natural uranium fuel. [2] Although the reactor is not suitable for producing plutonium, Iran has been able to use it to gain experience in the ...

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