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Imagine a world without them?

Coffee, computers and piston engines - could we imagine a world without them? These are intricate parts of every day life for most of us and the knowledge that led to them was either invented by or passed down through the ancient Muslim world. That's the theme of an exhibit in London's Science Museum and it's a far cry from the view held by some that the Muslim and Western World represent a "clash of civilizations", as VOA's Sonja Pace reports from the British capital.

Interviewees: Professor Salim Al-Hassani, Chairman of  Foundation for Science, Technology and Civilisation (FSTC) and  Dr. Anne-Marie Brennan, Fellow of FSTC.

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