Lecture: Great Men and Women of Science in Muslim Heritage
Evening lecture with Professor Salim Al-Hassani Tuesday 21 November 2006, 6pm-8pm
Free, refreshments provided
Our current education system and media leave us with a gap in our knowledge about the history od science, technology and thought from 600-1600 CE. This fascinating lecture will recount the stories of some of the great men and women of science from that period, whose inventions still influence our lives today.
6pm: Refreshments and opportunity to explore Museum galleries. 7pm: Lecture presentation in the Carwell Auditorium at The Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester, Liverpool Road, M3 4FP
Booking is essential for the popular free event. Please call the Museum's bookings line on 0161 833 0027 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
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