1001 Inventions announces Qatar exhibitions
Doha, Qatar (4th September, 2012): 1001 Inventions, Qatar Shell and Qatar Museums Authority (QMA) announced today their partnership to bring to Doha two exhibitions about Muslim Heritage which celebrate the extraordinary and often-forgotten scientific and cultural achievements from the ‘Golden Age’ of Muslim Civilisation. Read More…  .
CE4tf New Website Launched
The CE4CE website is now live at It is designed to provide an easily accessible and welcoming public face for the company, and it makes available all teaching resources and educational materials, and provides access to the company’s services. The site is kept fresh with news and events, and we hope to make.
Message from President and Chairman of FSTC
Dear Friends, It gives us great pleasure to send you this issue of the FSTC newsletter, see below. We hope you enjoy reading about the recent activities achievements of the Foundation for Science, Technology & Civilisation (FSTC) and all its subsidiaries and groups. So far, this year has been very.
1001 Inventions launches in Washington DC
National Geographic Museum Celebrates Scientific Achievements of Muslim Civilization   3rd August, 2012, Washington, DC: The award-winning interactive exhibition, 1001 Inventions, arrived in the US capital today, introducing brand new audiences to the Golden Age of Muslim Civilization. The ground-breaking scientific and cultural achievements of this era, from the 7th.
New Articles on
Sports in Muslim Heritage by the President of FSTC, Professor Salim Al-Hassani, published in the spring 2012 issue of Runnymede Bulletin;Jewels of Muslim Calligraphy, a book review titled “Female Calligraphers: Past & Present” by Hilal Kazan from Dr. Betül Ipsirli Argit and Dr. Salim Ayduz; Ilay Ileri on Ali Al-Qushji and His Contributions.
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