Figure 1: Al-Idrisi world map (ca. 1150). Displayed by Paul Bright Scott, history teacher, The Headroyce School, Oakland, California. (Source).
Bringing to Life the Islamic History of Europe: A Video DocumentaryLEARN MORE
The video documentary produced by the BBC in 2005 An Islamic History of Europe, by the famous TV presenter...
Figure 1: The cover of the magazine "Science and Technics" (Bilim ve Teknik) published by TUBITAK.
An 800 Years Old Ancestor: Today’s Science of Robotics and Al-JazariLEARN MORE
Introducing al-Jazari's ancestry to modern cybernetics and robotics science, Prof. Toygar Akman narrates in...
Overview on al-Jazari and his Mechanical DevicesLEARN MORE
In this article, Professor Yavuz Unat, a known historian of science from Ankara University, draws a general...
Figure 1: The paper fortresses of Matrakçi depicted in his book Tuhfat al-Ghuzat (Süleymaniye Library, Esad Efendi, MS 2206).
Nasuh Al-Matrakî, A Noteworthy Ottoman Artist-Mathematician of the Sixteenth CenturyLEARN MORE
Matrakci Nasuh was a famous Ottoman polymath, writer and knight who produced important books in several...
Al-Jazari's Third Water-Raising Device: Analysis of its Mathematical and Mechanical Principles
The List of Al-jazari Articles Published on Muslim Heritage WebsiteLEARN MORE
Some 800 years in the past, in 1206, a brilliant Muslim scholar died : Badi' al-Zaman Abu al-‘Izz ibn Ismail...