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Islamic Science

Pakistan Announces Science And Technology Scholarships

The Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS) has announced ten (10) Masters level Scholarships for candidates from Member States of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)
 
The Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS) has announced ten (10) Masters level Scholarships for candidates from Member States of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).
 
 

Iran scientific production grows

Source : Presstv / 08 Sep 2014

The Islamic Republic of Iran has ranked 17th in terms of science productions in medicine in the world, according to the latest statistics released by several international scientific centers.

 

Moon's radio glow could keep Muslim calendars in sync

Source : New Scientist / 06 Mar 2014

Is it Ramadan yet? Muslim communities look for the new moon to decide, and radio waves could settle the matter.

The Islamic calendar is based on lunar months, with sightings of the first sliver of the waxing moon marking the start of each month. It is possible to calculate when this thin crescent will theoretically be visible, but many Muslims will only accept visual confirmation.

 

Ibn al-Haytham – The First Scientist

When learning about the Muslim scholars of the past, it is easy to be amazed by their brilliance, accomplishments, and contributions to the modern world. Each provided a lasting legacy that changed the world in their time and today. One scientist in particular stands far above the rest. He is Ibn al-Haytham, the great polymath who lived from 965 to 1040.

 

Scientific Renaissance in Muslim Countries

By Hasan Zillur Rahim |Theamericanmuslim | 27 Dec 2011

A remarkable interactive exhibition called “Islamic Science Rediscovered” at the Tech Museum in San Jose, California, in the heart of Silicon Valley is drawing large number of visitors. The exhibition celebrates “a Golden Age of Science and Technology” when, from the 8th to the 13th century, Muslims led the world in such fields as architecture, arts, astronomy, engineering, exploration, flight, mathematics, medicine, optics and water management.

 
 

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