How a small hobby club reached national fame as it launched several rockets into the sky in the turbulent 60s.
His knowledge in automation in the 12th century inspired several generations of scientists to take his craft forward and step into an era of robotics.
The 9th century polymath and engineer dared to make heavier-than-air machine flight a thousand years before motorised aeroplanes were invented.
Not Oxford or Bologna, but al-Qarawiyyin is the world's first university. Still functioning today in the Moroccan city of Fes, it was a place bursting with knowledge and multiculturalism even as early as the 9th century.
Ibn al-Haytham saw what no other scientist from the Greco-Roman era was able to see for over 1500 years, opening the door to the many scientific feats of today.
Zuhr believed in two different streams of treatments that were held by one common thread — his unflinching faith in God.
Al Razi's knowledge of a broad range of subjects led him to make several important scientific discoveries in the Golden Age of Science.
The translations of Al Zahrawi's work on surgeries were taught in European universities for several centuries.
It's easy to think about the history of philosophy in European terms but with a closer look there are countless Muslim thinkers who developed many ideas central to modern scientific reason. Ibn Rushd was one of them.
Cracks between Saudi and the UAE appear on the battleground of Yemen as their ground allies are at loggerheads.
Ibn al Nafis figured out pulmonary microcirculation 300 years before William Harvey, who claimed to be the first scientist to do so, was born.
How the 10th-century Muslim polymath gave physicians a new perspective when it came to examining infectious diseases.
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