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CE4tF at the University of Cambridge, Festival of Ideas
Breaking the Frontiers of Science; “Incredible Inventions and Extraordinary Experiments” In which era was classification of animals, world maps, and medieval knowledge of the body, the trebuchet and other scientific, technological and cultural advances developed? One might assume that such advances were most likely to have taken place in Greek.
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CE4tF at the Nida Trust Education Fair 2013
On 18th May 2013, CE4tF exhibited at the Nida Trust Education Fair in London. Over the weekend, the Nida Trust Education Fair attracted over 1,500 visitors, from schools, educational institutions and community organisations. CE4tF was represented by Ayshah Ismail, CEO and member of the Advisory Board, Rukhsana Yaqoob who also.
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CE4tF Response to the DfE Draft Specification of the National Curriculum
On 7 February 2013 the Department for Education (DfE) launched a consultation on Reform of the National Curriculum in England. The consultation period closed on 16 April 2013. On the web page linked above, the DfE has published a 221 page document setting out the proposed curriculum for 12 school subjects. In.
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FSTC Newsletter Issue 10
In the first days of the New Year, FSTC team is pleased to present to our wide community Issue 10 of this periodic publication. We list in this new release detailed coverage on FSTC recent activities including the work of its members and subsidiaries. This Issue highlights the continuing success.
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The WSIE Boston Conference
Presentations on “Innovation Diplomacy”, “Smart Cultures” and “Women of Science” by Professor Salim T S Al-Hassani, President of the Foundation for Science, Technology and Civilization (FSTC). 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.
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CE4tF launches Be the Future! in Istanbul
CE4tF launched its Be the Future! Training Programme (BtF) in Istanbul on 27th August 2012. The programme reveals the forgotten history of remarkable men and women from a variety of faiths and backgrounds whose conduct, demeanour and foresight helped pave the way to changes in thinking and significant achievements. CE4tF.
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