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IAS

As an International organization, the Islamic World Academy of Sciences (IAS) has been, since it was launched in 1986, establishing a foot-print as an international academy of sciences that serves the 57 member countries of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) as well as OIC communities and scientists and technologists worldwide.

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  • Natural Environment and Culture in the Mediterranean Region II

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    Natural Environment and Culture in the Mediterranean Region II Edited by Recep Efe, Munir Ozturk and Ibrahim Atalay. The Mediterranean Basin is the largest of the five Mediterranean-climate regions, and one of the largest archipelagos in the world. The basin is located at the intersection of two ...

  • Amid army crackdown

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    Amid army crackdown, Egypt’s richest library set on fire A fire that engulfed the building of the historic Egyptian Scientific Institute on Saturday morning has been extinguished. The extent of the damage has not yet been determined.

  • Look to the West for Knowledge

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    Look to the West for Knowledge Rebuilding bridges Islamic nation should go all out to create conditions that foster academic pursuit in science and technology

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  • Islam Analysis

    Islam Analysis: Academies must evolve to face the future The Islamic World Academy of Sciences has been challenged to build bridges. The hardest may be between disciplines, says Athar Osama.

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  • Conference of the Islamic Conference of the Islamic World Academy of Sciences in Doha Last week, the Qatari capital Doha hosted the 18th Conference of the Islamic World Academy of Sciences (IAS). This year’s theme is “The Islamic World and the West: Rebuilding bridges through science and technology”.
  • 18th Conference of the Islamic World Academy 18th Conference of the Islamic World Academy of Sciences I am currently in Doha, Qatar, taking part in the 18th Conference of the Islamic World Academy of Sciences (IAS), from October 22 to 24, and it is to be followed by the 9th Doha Interfaith Conference, from 24 to 26 October 2011. The first conference addresses the theme

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