Tag: Conferences

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1001 Cures Book launch at The Royal Society in London during the British Science Week

by News Desk Published on: 30th April 2018

To celebrate the launch of 1001 Cures; Contributions in Medicine & Healthcare from Muslim Civilisation, Bettany Hughes, Prof. Peter Frankopan, Dr. Aarathi Prasadand Prof. Peter E. Pormann participated in a panel discussion were they discussed…

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Scholarship, Science & Technology in Sub-Saharan Africa: Pre-Islamic to Islamic Era

by Sairah Yassir-Deane Published on: 14th August 2017

On Friday 11 August 2017, the Foundation for Science, Technology and Civilisation UK, held two consecutive talks on the notion of 'Scholarship, Science & Technology in Sub-Saharan Africa'. The purpose of this event was to…

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Muslims Contribution to the Study and Development of Medical Sciences in 19th Century Nigeria: A Preliminary Account

by Mukhtar Umar Bunza Published on: 23rd May 2017

This paper presented at the 7th International Congress of the International Society of the History of Islamic Medicine, and 4th Fez Congress on History of Medicine, jointly organized by the University of Muhamed Ben Abdallah,…

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Women of Science and Management in History June 2014

by Ayshah Ismail Published on: 8th July 2014

The two day workshop, which took place on the 24th and 25th June 2014, followed on from sessions held in Istanbul in October 2013, and is part of a collaborative project between FSTC and iGETEV.

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Dialogue of Civilisations: From Ancient Maya to the Islamic world

by Sairah Yassir-Deane Published on: 4th June 2014

As a means to explore ancient civilisations contributions to modern civilisation, the National Geographic Society, The Foundation for Science, Technology and Civilisation (FSTC) and supporting organisations attended the “Dialogue of Civilisations International Symposium” held in…

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Conference on “Astrolabes in Medieval Cultures” at the Warburg Institute in London (24-25 April 2014)

by The Editorial Team Published on: 1st April 2014

In the frame of the research project ‘Astrolabes in medieval Jewish society’, the Warburg Institute organizes a conference in London on 24-25 April 2014. The topics covered by this conference will be the astrolabe itself,…

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President of FSTC makes waves at AINAC 2013

by The Editorial Team Published on: 28th January 2014

Professor Salim Al-Hassani, President of the Foundation for Science, Technology and Civilisation (FSTC), was one of the keynote speakers at the two day conference of the Arab Innovation Network Annual Conference (AINAC) from 6-7th December…

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Importance of Culture in Ecological Dialogue

by Salim Al-Hassani Published on: 21st April 2013

Professor Al-Hassani addressed in a keynote lecture the 16th Eurasian Economic Summit organised in Istanbul on 10-11 April 2013. His speech in a session on the "Importance of Culture in Ecological Dialogue" was entitled "A…

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The History of Islamic Science in the 23rd International Congress of History of Science

by The Editorial Team Published on: 12th April 2013

The International Union of History and Philosophy of Science organised in 28 July-2 August 2009 in Budapest, Hungary, the 23rd International Congress of History of Science and Technology. The theme of the congress was: Ideas…

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FSTC President at Vienna ISV Day

by The Editorial Team Published on: 11th March 2013

President of the Foundation for Science Technology and Civilisation (FSTC) gave a speech at IGMG's ISVDAY(UniDay) in VHS Meidling, Vienna, Austria. Two years after Professor Al-Hassani's visit to the German IGMG's UniDay in Bielefeld which…

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FSTC President at the WSIE 2012 Conferences in Boston

by The Editorial Team Published on: 3rd January 2013

In late September 2012, Professor Salim Al-Hassani, President of FSTC, participated in The World Summit on Innovation & Entrepreneurship WSIE 2012 in Boston. The WSIE 2012 brought together the world's most riveting people to plot…

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President of FSTC at AINAC in Abu Dhabi

by The Editorial Team Published on: 28th December 2012

Professor Salim Al-Hassani, President of the Foundation for Science, Technology (FSTC) attended the First Arab Innovation Network Annual Conference 2012 (AINAC 2012) in early December 2012 in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Organised by Cambridge University's Arab…

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FSTC Chairman at Uniday, Germany

by Salim Al-Hassani Published on: 10th November 2011

Professor Salim T S Al-Hassani, Chairman of the Foundation for Science, Technology and Civilisation (FSTC) and 1001 Inventions, was one of the keynote speakers at the Uniday (Students Day) conference on 22nd of October 2011…

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Proceedings of the Muslim Heritage Awareness Group Meeting

by The Editorial Team Published on: 1st June 2011

The Muslim Heritage Awareness Group (MHAG), a network of supporters and key associates of the Foundation for Science, Technology and Civilisation (FSTC) met on 30 March 2011 at the Royal Society in London. We report…

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“We are the source of world’s many inventions”: Meeting of MHANT in Marmara University

by Cem Nizamoglu Published on: 26th April 2011

"Muslim Heritage Awareness Network of Turkey's (MHANT) second meeting, which was organized by the Foundation of Science Technology and Civilisation (FSTC) has been held in Marmara University's chancellery building in Istanbul on 20th April 2011.

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The European Muslim Heritage and its Role in the Development of Europe

by Salim Al-Hassani Published on: 18th December 2010

In a keynote lecture pronounced by Professor Salim T S Al-Hassani in September 2003 at the European Parliament in Brussels, he used slides and 3-D animations to outline the impressive heritage which Europe received from…

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The Next Golden Age? Using History to Inspire Science Today

by Natalie Day Published on: 4th August 2010

[Proceedings of the conference 1001 Inventions: Muslim Heritage in Our World organised by FSTC, London, 25-26 May 2010]. This presentation will reflect on the modern state of science in the Islamic-world and the potential of…

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The Stellar and Lunar Keys to Medieval Muslim Agriculture

by Zohor Idrisi Published on: 15th July 2010

Proceedings of the conference 1001 Inventions: Muslim Heritage in Our World organised by FSTC, London, 25-26 May 2010]. In this short note, Dr Zohor Idrisi, an expert on the history of Islamic agriculture, explores the…

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Academic Conference: ‘1001 Inventions: Muslim Heritage in Our World’

by 1001 Inventions Published on: 8th June 2010

On 25th and 26th May 2010 the Foundation for Science, Technology and Civilisation (FSTC) was proud to host a high profile academic conference in the Director's Suite at the London Science Museum.

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Proceedings of the Academic Conference 1001 Inventions: Muslim Heritage in Our World

by The Editorial Team Published on: 26th May 2010

25-26 May 2010, FSTC organised the high profile academic conference 1001 Inventions: Muslim Heritage in Our World at the London Science Museum.

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1001 Inventions: A Conference to Celebrate the International Launch

by FSTC Published on: 27th April 2010

This academic meeting will be held on the occasion of celebrating the International Launch of the new blockbuster 1001 Inventions Exhibition

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Muslims and The Frontiers of Knowledge in the 21st Century

by Mohamed M El-Gomati Published on: 26th July 2009

Muslims and The Frontiers of Knowledge in the 21st Century

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Celebrating an Ottoman Intellectual: 2009 Year of Kâtip Çelebi

by The Editorial Team Published on: 1st July 2009

Kâtip Çelebi was arguably the most important Ottoman intellectual figure of the 17th century. Being the author of many works in the fields of bio-bibliography, geography, history and economics, he held reformist opinions and cultivated…

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FSTC at the House of Lords in London

by FSTC Published on: 8th May 2009

FSTC was invited to speak at the UK House of Lords for the Every Muslim Child Matters project

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News: Representing Islam and Muslims in the Media: An Academic Debate

by News Desk Published on: 17th December 2008

In 5-6 September 2008 the Universities of Manchester and Surrey organised in Manchester an international conference "Representing Islam: Comparative Perspectives".

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Muslim Heritage and Education

by Salim Al-Hassani Published on: 17th December 2008

This is the text of a presentation made to The Education and Culture Committee of the EU Parliament in Brussels on the 5th November 2008.

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Professor Roshdi Rashed: Promoting Science-based Cultural Dialogue among Civilizations

by Roshdi Rashed Published on: 11th November 2008

Text of the Lecture of Professor Roshdi Rashed in the Conference Muslim Heritage in our World: Social Cohesion marking the 1001 Inventions Exhibition at the House of Parliament, 15th of October 2008, Church House, London,…

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Muslim Heritage in Our World: Social Cohesion

by FSTC Published on: 26th September 2008

London Conference tackles 1000 years of amnesia of Muslim science and technology, Wednesday 15th October, 2.30pm, Hoare Memorial Hall, Church House, Westminster.

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Muslim Heritage in the World Conference on Intellectual Capital

by FSTC Published on: 30th May 2008

In the frame of the forthcoming of The World Conference on Intellectual Capital for Communities, Professor Salim Al-Hassani, FSTC Chairman of the Board, presents a keynote lecture on the theme: Innovation in the Islamic World:…

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Muslim Heritage in the Knowledge-Economy Conference in Jeddah

by FSTC Published on: 8th February 2008

During "The First Regional Conference on the Knowledge Economy" in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, January 12-13, 2008, attended by over 300 experts and professionals as well as several VIPs, Professor Salim Al-Hassani delivered a key note…

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The Syriac-speaking Christians and the Translation of Greek Science into Arabic

by John F. Healey Published on: 2nd April 2007

This article by Professor John Healey, describes the key role in the development of Muslim science which was played by the Syriac-speaking Christians in the early Islamic era. John Healey is Professor of Semitic Studies…