Figure 1: Extract from Jordanus' De planisphaeri figurationei. Source: http://www.ub.unibas.ch/kadmos/gg/pic/gg0287_009_txt.htm.
The Arabic Sources of Jordanus de NemoreLEARN MORE
The following article by Professors Menso Folkerts and Richard Lorch, from Munich University in Germany,...
Figure 1. Folio 2r of al-Hassâr's Kitâb al-Bayân bearing at the bottom both the Western and the Eastern Arabic forms of the nine numerals. Source: http://dewey.library.upenn.edu/sceti/ljs/PageLevel/index.cfm?ManID=ljs293&Page=3.
Al-Hassâr's Kitâb al-Bayân and the Transmission of the Hindu-Arabic NumeralsLEARN MORE
This article was a talk given at the 7th Maghrebi Colloque of the History of Arabic Mathematics held from 30...
Figure 1. Taqi al-Din ibn Ma'ruf, the director of Istanbul Observatory in late 16th century. He's one of the two senior astronomers (wearing largest turbans) standing behind the table, one holding an astrolabe (Image from www.muslimheritage.com).
Rediscovering Arabic Science: Islamic Scientific Heritage in the last issue of Saudi Aramco WorldLEARN MORE
In its current issue (May-June 2007), Saudi Aramco World, a magazine devoted to increase cross-cultural...
Figure 1. Prof. Charles Burnett during his speech in 1001 Inventions Conference.
The Appreciation of Arabic Science and Technology in the Middle AgesLEARN MORE
This article describes the appreciation of Arabic science and technology in the Middle Ages through the...
Figure 1. Dr. O. Kahl during his speech at 1001 Inventions Conference.
Scientific Transfer and Scholarship in Medieval Arabic PharmacologyLEARN MORE
Arabic pharmacology, a branch of scientific literature dealing with the preparation and application of...
Figure 1: An artistic impression of al-Bīrūnī (Image from www.muslimheritage.com).
Al-Biruni was one of the most learned of Muslim scholars and scientists. His interests were very wide as he...