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"Islamic science: Inventions that changed the World" Lecture by Prof El-Gomati at BSA
British Science Association Tayside & Fife Branch, Free Public Lecture Series 2013-2014. Based on the acclaimed exhibition ‘1001 Inventions: Discover the Muslim heritage in our World’, this talk...
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Lectures on Islamic Medicine at RCP, London
Lectures on Islamic Medicine at the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) at the Launch of the "The Miror of Health" Exhibition, 13th May 2013, London
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Science in Arabic Poetry: FSTC Explores a New Face of Muslim Heritage
On December 12, 2011, The heritage of science in Arabic poetry was celebrated by FSTC and 1001 Inventions in Abu Dhabi in a special event under the general theme of Poetry and Science in Islamic...
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The Royal Society: European Discovery of Arabic Culture
This public lecture was organised jointly by the Royal Society and FSTC. It traced the stages in the discovery of Arabic culture by European scholars from the early middle ages until the early-modern...
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In Japan: Dr Almansour Lectures on 1000 years of Inventions and Innovations
On December 7, 2011, Dr Ahmad Almansour presented a lecture at the Faculty of Policy and Management, Keio University, Japan on "1000 years of Inventions and Innovations: Discover the Muslim Heritage...
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Figure 1: Kaleem Hussain during the lecture.
Muslim Heritage: A Scholarly Perspective
FSTC Research Associate Kaleem Hussain delivered on 17th April 2008 a lecture on ‘Muslim Heritage: A...
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Innovation in the Islamic World: Learning from the Past to Design the Future
The seat of the World Bank in Paris hosted on May 22-23, 2008 an important meeting: the fourth edition of The...
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Presentation on The Muslims' Great Contributions
Prof. Salim Al Hassani, a Muslim Scholar and the chief editor of "1001 Inventions: Muslim Heritage in Our...
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Lecture: Great Men and Women of Science in Muslim Heritage
Evening lecture with Professor Salim Al-Hassani. Tuesday 21 November 2006, 6pm-8pm
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