The Scientific Tradition in Medieval Islam: from Ibn Sina to Tusi – Gallery at the Institute of Ismaili Studies UK

From the ninth century onwards, scholars in Muslim lands were engaged in all of the disciplines of science. A treasury of Greek, Indian, Persian and Babylonian philosophic and scientific thought became available through translations into Arabic, and philosopher-scientists, physicians, mathematicians and astronomers – a community of scholars that included Christians, Jews and Zoroastrians as well…

Hillary Clinton launches 1001 Inventions California

Source:1001 Inventions com Hillary Clinton speaking via video to launch the 1001 Inventions exhibition in Los Angeles California Science Center opening 25th May 2011. US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, officially opened an award-winning exhibition about the scientific achievements of Muslim Civilization at the California Science Center in Los Angeles today. The 1001 Inventions exhibition,…

Cordoba’s 70 libraries, 900 public baths, 300 mosques and 50 maristans were available to all of its one million residents,read the article ‘Pioneer Physicians’ by David Tschanz in Saudi Aramco World

Pioneer Physicians By: David Tschanz ***** In 1120, a Muslim doctor was on his way to see his patient, the Almoravid ruler of Seville. By the side of the road he saw an emaciated man holding a water jug. The man’s belly was swollen, and he was in obvious distress. “Are you sick?” the doctor…