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17 year old Pakistani Student gains global recognition for his work, aspires to win a Nobel Prize someday
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17 year old Pakistani Student gains global recognition for his work, aspires to win a Nobel Prize someday

October 26th, 2017 | by MuslimScience
A 17 year old Pakistani high school student, Muhammad Shaheer Niazi recently published his work on the electric honeycomb phenomenon in the prestigious Royal Society Open Science journal, reported the New York Times. In 2016, Shaheer became the first ever Pakistani to... Read More
UAE Seeks to Explore Uncharted Frontiers with a Groundbreaking Space City
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UAE Seeks to Explore Uncharted Frontiers with a Groundbreaking Space City

October 24th, 2017 | by MuslimScience
Dubai, UAE: The government of the United Arab Emirates recently announced its plan to build a Mars Scientific City in a remote desert on the outskirts of Dubai. This futuristic space city will simulate the Red Planet’s environment and surface conditions on earth and will... Read More
Mobility for Refugees Wins $1M Hult Prize
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Mobility for Refugees Wins $1M Hult Prize

October 12th, 2017 | by MuslimScience
New York City: Four students of Pakistani American descent won the coveted $1m Hult Prize in New York City last month. They were handed over their award by former US President Bill Clinton. Recent graduates of the Rutgers University, Gia Lakhani, Hasan Usmani, Moneed Mian... Read More
Mars Mission: UAE pushes the envelope of the Muslim Space Agencies
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Mars Mission: UAE pushes the envelope of the Muslim Space Agencies

September 29th, 2017 | by MuslimScience
By: Mohammad Iftekhar Yezdani As the search for knowledge and quests to explore yonder worlds stays part of human nature, Mars remains the first – and so far – biggest feat for space agencies around the world. The Muslim world is playing its part in... Read More
A Pakistani Entrepreneur devises a novel walking aid to treat the Parkinson’s Freeze
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A Pakistani Entrepreneur devises a novel walking aid to treat the Parkinson’s Freeze

September 6th, 2017 | by MuslimScience
Neha Chaudhary, a 24 year old Pakistani has invented an award winning smart walking stick for people suffering from Parkinson’s disease. Intrigued by this invention, the Muslim Science team approached Neha to gain more insight on this new invention. The idea of “Walk to... Read More
Scientists at KAUST draw inspiration from insects for developing a liquid repellent material
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Scientists at KAUST draw inspiration from insects for developing a liquid repellent material

August 7th, 2017 | by MuslimScience
KAUST, Saudi Arabia – 30 July, 2017 A group of scientists at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) have developed an environmentally friendly omni-phobic (liquid repellent) material, it was learnt today. This novel material is inspired by soil-dwelling... Read More
Is Nanotechnology ready for Commercailisation in the Muslim World?
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Is Nanotechnology ready for Commercailisation in the Muslim World?

August 25th, 2015 | by MuslimScience
By: Prof. Munir Nayfeh Nanotechnology, a field that attracts billions of dollars of research funding and thousands of scientists and engineers, has been hailed as the technology of the 21st century. With its revolutionary approach to problem solving by challenging the limits of... Read More
Emerging Nanotechnology in the Muslim World
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Emerging Nanotechnology in the Muslim World

August 25th, 2015 | by MuslimScience
Infographic by: Muslim-Science.Com Editorial... Read More
Iran’s Science, Technology, and Innovation – A well kept secret
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Iran’s Science, Technology, and Innovation – A well kept secret

July 3rd, 2015 | by MuslimScience
Editorial Iran is civilisation that is several thousand years old. Some believe that what was once Persia was the cradle of civilisation. Many of early contributions of Muslim Scientists originating out of the House of Wisdom in Baghdad were inspired by the works of now... Read More
Creating a Persian Silicon Valley – Iran’s Emerging Innovation and Startup Eco-System
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Creating a Persian Silicon Valley – Iran’s Emerging Innovation and Startup Eco-System

July 2nd, 2015 | by MuslimScience
By: Athar Osama Legend has it that that the seeds of what we know today as the Silicon Valley were laid at the Stanford University and the Stanford University Industrial Park when a Stanford Professor Frederick Terman who loaned a thousand dollars to two of... Read More