Islam & Science
Basic outline and history of Islamic science and Muslim scientists
Muslim Contributions to Science
In the 7th-13th centuries C.E., the Islamic world was in the midst of its "Golden Age," paving the way for the growth of modern sciences. Rather than stifling science, the religion of Islam encouraged its study.
The Qur'an and Science
In Islam, there is no conflict between faith in God and modern scientific knowledge. In fact, the Qur'an itself precisely describes many scientific phenomena.
1001 Inventions: Muslim Heritage in Our World
This traveling UK exhibition & educational program reveals some of the best kept secrets and scientific contributions made by ancient Muslim scholars.
How Islam Influenced Science
The Islamic Herald magazine outlines the influence of Islam on scientific development.
Timeline of Islamic Scientists
This basic timeline covers key Islamic scientists from the 8th-13th centuries.