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Global record achieved for a 1001 Inventions exhibition

Visiting schools report positive engagement with science exhibition

Dutch Premiere for Blockbuster 1001 Inventions

1001 Inventions launches exhibition in Riyadh

Award-winning production arrives in the Saudi capital

H.E Sultan Al Qasimi launched one of the biggest ever 1001 Inventions exhibitions.

1001 Inventions welcomes 450,000 visitors in Jeddah

Award-winning exhibition enjoys record-breaking 4 weeks

Award-winning production arrives in the historic city

Official Launch by Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia

HRH Prince Carl Philip of Sweden officially launched the 1001 Inventions exhibition

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Upcoming Events

1001 Inventions Science Museum London Muslim Heritage
10 Apr 2010 - 12:00pm - 4:00pm

The Chief Editor of the groundbreaking publication 1001 Inventions: Muslim Heritage in Our World, will be signing copies of the book for visitors to the Science Museum in London

10 Feb 2010 - 6:00pm - 8:30pm

Professor T S Al-Hassani has been invited by Cambridge Speakers Union to deliver a lecture entitled "Multi-Faith Scientists Within Muslim Civilisation"

1 Feb 2010 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

The Moon has been important to cultures and religions around the world since human societies first arose. We have used it to light our way, tell the time, navigate at sea and chart a course through social and religious life.

27 Jan 2010 - 6:45pm - 9:45pm

Dana decamps to the Science Museum as it opens its doors for an adults-only late-night extravaganza. Come and play in our newest galleries, and have a drink with friends.

26 Jan 2010 - 7:00pm - 8:30pm

How have buildings, past and present, dealt with extreme temperatures? Join architects and historians to look at how different methods, ancient and modern, are used to ensure that buildings are places we can live and work in.

21 Jan 2010 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Arab astronomers profoundly changed our concept of the night sky, from a fearful realm with unpredictable powers over our lives, to an object of scientific curiosity.