Figure 1: Front cover of Lost History: The Enduring Legacy of Muslim Scientists, Thinkers and Artists by Michael Hamilton Morgan (National Geographic books, 2007).
A Plea for the Recovery of the Forgotten History of Muslim HeritageLEARN MORE
This is a review of the book published in 2007 by Michael Hamilton Morgan, Lost History. The essay attempts...
Figure 1: The authors of the article: Aliya Khan (left), Ingrid Hehmeyer (right).
Islam’s Forgotten Contributions to Medical ScienceLEARN MORE
The transmission of medical knowledge can be traced to some of the earliest writings in human history. Yet a...
Figure 1: An illustration of a medical practitioner and a patient. (Source: Millet Kutuphanesi, Ali Emiri, nr. 79.).
Highly Valued Virtues of Classical Ottoman Turkish Medical Ethics: A View From Past to FutureLEARN MORE
Virtues such as modesty, contentedness, fidelity and hopefulness expected from a physician must be perceived...
Figure 1: Jim Al-Khalili, British scientist, author and broadcaster (Source).
It's Time to Herald the Arabic Science That Prefigured Darwin and NewtonLEARN MORE
In this era of intolerance and cultural tension, Professor Al-Khalili launched a hearty plea in The Guardian...
Figure 1: Poster of the Arab week in the European Parliament in Brussels in which the lecture was presented (Source).
Muslim Heritage and EducationLEARN MORE
This is the text of a presentation made to The Education and Culture Committee of the EU Parliament in...
Figure 4: A creative model of a device designed by al-Jazari (chapter 6 of category III) used for measuring blood lost during phlebotomy (bloodletting) sessions, a popular therapy in the medieval world. Taken from a MS of al-Jazari's treatise copied in Egypt in 1354. (Source).
Islamic Automation: Al-Jazari’s Book of Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical DevicesLEARN MORE
Dr. Gunalan Nadarajan In the following essay, Dr. Gunalan Nadarajan, Associate Dean of Research and...