Figure 1: Statue of Ibn Khaldun in Tunis. (Source).
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Entrance of the exhibition "1001 Inventions" in Abu Dhabi (19 November-22 December 2011).
The Flyer for the Science and Poetry event of the exhibition.
Sheikha Al Mutairy giving the opening speech of the Science and Poetry event.
In red holding the white book: Mr. Kiosuke Toda, post graduate student, Program of Global Governance & Regional Strategy, Graduate School of Media & Governance, Keio University, Japan. Holding the blue pamphlet: Dr. Akira Ichikawa, Global Environmental Research Project, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan.
Jeffrey N. Rudolph, President and CEO of California Science Center (CSC)
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From left to right, William Harris (VP, CSC), Maurice Coles (FSTC), Jeff Rudolph (President and CEO, CSC) and Dr. Diane Perlov (VP, CSC)
Maurice Coles from FSTC speaking at the launch of 1001 Inventions at the California Science Center
Hillary Clinton speaking via video to launch the 1001 Inventions exhibition in Los Angeles
Sheriff Baca of the County of Los Angeles (left) receiving the 1001 Inventions book from Maurice Coles of 1001 Inventions and CE4CE (right).
Dr. Margaret Honey (The CEO and President of NYSCI) and Prof. Salim Al-Hassani (Chairman of 1001 Inventions) present the Scribe Clock to Jeffrey Rudolph (President and CEO of the California Science Center)