Figure 1: Logo of the exhibition. © 1001 inventions Ltd & FSTC, 2010.
The Exhibition “1001 Inventions” Opened at the Science Museum on 21 January 2010LEARN MORE
Science Museum in London to host Exhibition "1001...
Prof. Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu during his visit to the exhibition "1001 Inventions" in June 2010 in London. He was accompanied with Dr Rim Turkmani, Research Fellow at FSTC, and also a Research Fellow of the Royal Society. Prof. Ihsanoglu wrote in the visitors book of the exhibition: "It is real pleasure to see the ‘1001 inventions' exhibition in its new version. I think this time it reached its audience".
Statement of HE Professor Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu in the Opening SessionLEARN MORE
[Proceedings of the conference 1001 Inventions: Muslim...
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Dr Ian Griffin Receives a NOYCE Fellowship in 2009LEARN MORE
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Figure 7: The Island Mosque.
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FSTC in the British Science Festival in SurreyLEARN MORE
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Front cover of 1001 Inventions: Muslim Heritage in Our World. Chief Editor Salim al-Hassani; co-editors: Elisabeth Woodcock and Rabah Saoud. Forward by Sir Roland Jackson. Manchester: FSTC, 2006. To buy your copy click here.
1001 Inventions Book Continues its Way in the Media: Two Recent ReviewsLEARN MORE
In the following, we republish two recent and very elogious...
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Muslims and The Frontiers of Knowledge in the 21st Century
Figure 1a-b: General views of the meeting.
MHAG Meeting at the Royal Society, LondonLEARN MORE
Meeting of the Muslim Heritage Awareness Group (MHAG) in...
Dr Mehmet Aydin, the Turkish minister of state for Culture, and Professor Salim Al-Hassani, chairman of FSTC, during The Ankara conference on Katib Çelebi. In the middle is Prof. Bekir Karliga, conference chairman and on the right is Prof. John Dunktoff, Philadelphia University.
Celebrating an Ottoman Intellectual: 2009 Year of Kâtip ÇelebiLEARN MORE
Kâtip Çelebi was arguably the most important Ottoman...
Figure 1: Award presented by Dr Anas Al-Shaikh-Ali, Chair of AMSS UK (left) to Professor Salim Al-Hassani (right).
1001 Inventions Distinguished in London by the AMSS (UK)LEARN MORE
In a meeting organised in London on June 5, 2009, The...