BBC: Museum explores ‘hidden history’ of Muslim science

An exhibition that has just opened at the Science Museum is celebrating 1,000 years of science from the Muslim world.

Museum explores hidden history of Muslim science

From about 700 to 1700, many of history’s finest scientists and technologists were to be found in the Muslim world.

From Moorish Spain across North Africa to Damascus, Baghdad, Persia and all the way to India, scientists in the Muslim world were at the forefront of developments in medicine, astronomy, engineering, hydraulics, mathematics, chemistry, map-making and exploration.

A new touring exhibition, hosted by the Science Museum in London, celebrates their achievements.

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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