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...
Figure 1. A group of school children practice martial arts formation under the watch of their teacher in the Great Mosque of Xi'an. Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muslim_Chinese_martial_arts.
The Legacy of Muslim Kung Fu MastersLEARN MORE
An important legacy of Islam in China is represented by Muslim Kung Fu, developed throughout history by...
Figure 2. The Nestorian Church of St George the Exiler, North Cyprus (Image from www.cypnet.co.uk).
The Syriac-speaking Christians and the Translation of Greek Science into ArabicLEARN MORE
This article by Professor John Healey, describes the key role in the development of Muslim science which was...
Figure 1. A moon and sun figure of an Almanac. Topkapi Palace Museum, R 1711.
Scientific Contacts and Influences Between the Islamic World and Europe: The Case of AstronomyLEARN MORE
For more than a thousand years the Muslim East and the Christian West, notwithstanding the differences in...