Brainchild of the Foundation for Science Technology and Civilisation, ‘1001 Inventions' is a unique experiment, raising awareness and encouraging debate on the contribution Muslims have made to civilisation through science and technology. The exhibition is the tip of an iceberg – a sign post to teaching and learning resources, and a blog where the debate continues. Elizabeth Woodcock describes the project and its very special contribution to science and society.
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First Anniversary of the “1001 Inventions” Initiative by: Professor Salim T S Al-Hassani, Chairman, Foundation for Science, Technology and Civilisation, UK With 1,000 years of "missing history", the exhibition is divided into seven zones: home, school, market, hospital, town, world and universe, to make it accessible for all Title to be "First Anniversary of the "1001 Inventions" Initiative - Global Expansion Plans"