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

Scandinavian debut for award-winning show

1001 Inventions to launch in Karlstad, Sweden

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Asian debut for award-winning show

Record audiences for 1001 Inventions show in Doha

1001 Inventions exhibition achieves record numbers in Qatar

Emir of Qatar visits 1001 Inventions show in Doha

HH Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani at 1001 Inventions

Royal welcome for 1001 Inventions and Arabick Roots Exhibitions in Qatar

1001 Inventions and Arabick Roots exhibitions launch in Doha


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1001 Inventions coverage
Published Date: 
11/12/2008
 
MuslimHeritage.com Newsletter Issue 3
01 May - 31 July 2008
The Times Summer Book: 1001 Inventions
03 July 2008
 
 
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One of most respected online newspaper Times selected 1001 Inventions Book as one of the books of this summer .
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"The Foundation for Science, Technology and Civilisation (FSTC) has produced a beautiful catalogue '1001 Inventions: How Muslim Civilisation Shaped The World.' It reminds us just how the Middle East, North Africa and Al Andalus catalysed many of the trappings of modern life. An immensely useful corrective to our Greco-Roman-Renaissance sense of Western Civilisation "  The Times Summer Books: The Past by Bettany Hughes
 
Meeting with Dr. Farouk El-Baz, Well-Renowned NASA Scientist
26 April 2008
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Apollo Moon mission NASA scientist Dr. Farouk El-Baz (Left) receives a copy of the 1001inventions book from Dr Suhair Al-Qureshi, Dean of Dar Al-Hekma College, Saudi Arabia and Senior Fellow of the Foundation for Science, Technology and Civilisation (FTSC).
 
Dr. Farouk EL-Baz is one of the leading lights of the scientific community. Although he may be best known for his groundbreaking work with the U.S. space program, during the past two decades, he devoted his scientific talents to better understanding of climatic impact on environments - and particularly desert environments.