Folio From The Akhlaq-i Nasiri of Nasir al-Din al-Tusi: School courtyard with boys reading and writing. Lahore, Mughal period, circa 1595 CE. (Source)
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The Third Edition of 1001 Inventions Book: Enduring Legacy of Muslim Civilization (Source)
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Figure 2: Professor Jim Al-Khalili, British Theoretical Nuclear Physicist, Academic, Author and Broadcaster, browsing through the book “1001 Inventions: Muslim Heritage in Our World” Source: www.1001inventions.com/mt/archives/blog_26/ProfJimAl-KhaliliBook.jpg
Figure 3: Jim Al-Khalili together with Professor Salim Al-Hassani, President of FSTC, at BHA 2013 Hollyoake Lecture Source: www.muslimheritage.com/uploads/Jim_Al-Khalili_13_10_22_7752.jpg
Figure 4: Professor Jim Al-Khalili presenting his lecture in the "1001 Inventions" conference in the Science Museum in London, June 2010. Source: www.muslimheritage.com/article/statement-professor-jim-al-khalili-opening-session