Thousands visit '1001 Inventions' in New YorkLEARN MORE
7 December 2010, New York — The record-breaking 1001 Inventions exhibition has landed in North America at the...
View of the gate of "1001 Icat Sergisi" in Istanbul.
Subsequent Thoughts on the '1001 Inventions' Exhibition in Istanbul (August-October 2010)LEARN MORE
This article by Professor Toygar Akman presents, as the title indicates, afterthoughts inspired by the '1001...
Istanbul Hands Over '1001 Inventions' Exhibition to New York CityLEARN MORE
The joy of Hezarfen's historic 17th-century flight over Istanbul was recreated in Istanbul's Sultanahmet...
Professor Salim Al-Hassani visiting the President of the Aleppo University Dr Nidal Shehadeh on 11 October 2010, and to renew the long standing friendly relationship between FSTC and the university. In the picture, Dr Nidal Shehadeh receives the book 1001 Inventions: Muslim Heritage in our World (FSTC, 2006, 2008).
FSTC Renews Scientific Contacts with Aleppo UniversityLEARN MORE
Professor Salim Al-Hassani, Chairman of FSTC, has visited the University of Aleppo on 11 October 2010 to...
Figure 1: Logo of the 1001 Inventions.
Uncovering A Thousand Years of Science and TechnologyLEARN MORE
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) published in September 2010 on its website an interesting...
Figure 1: In this photo of Monday Aug. 23, 2010 visitors view a piece at the "1001 Inventions" exhibit in Istanbul, Turkey. The exhibition about innovation in Muslim civilization seeks to highlight what organizers say is an overshadowed period of history, a "Golden Age" in which advances in engineering, medicine and architecture laid groundwork for Western progress from the Renaissance until modern times. (AP Photo/Ibrahim Usta).
World Media Celebrate '1001 Inventions'LEARN MORE
The Associated Press writer Christopher Torchia published on 25 August 2010 an elogious paper "1001...