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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.


  • Tan Sri Omar's new book

    Sceicne Technology

    do my thesis

     Prof. Omar Abdul Rahman FIAS (Malaysia), is a BVSc from Sydney University, Australia and a PhD from Cambridge University, United


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  • IAS convenes its 2012 special symposium in Astana, Kazakhstan‏

    KZK_6088 - CopyUnder the patronage of His Excellency the President of Kazakhstan, and upon the invitation of the Kazakhstan Ministry of Education and Science, the IAS convened a special symposium in Astana (Kazakhstan) during 22-23 May 2012, under the title ‘Science and Technology in Kazakhstan and the ...

  • Total eclipse of the Sun

    Dr Munir Nayfeh highlights the focus of his team’s latest research project and explains how it utilises eclipse observations of heavy ions, neutrals and dust grains to address existing knowledge gaps and unravel some of the unsolved mysteries about the Sun’s corona and solar winds.

  • IAS 18th Conference Videos on YouTube


    YouTube Channel
    The IAS pleased to announce to its Fellows, associates and friends that it has now uploaded all the lectures that were presented at its 2011 Doha Conference on the Internet. These are now accessible through YouTube either ...

  • President’s Programme for the Care of Highly Qualified Overseas Pakistanis

    “President’s Programme for the Care of Highly Qualified Overseas Pakistanis (PPQP)” National Talent Pool Government of Pakistan Islamabad, Pakistan 12 March to 1 April 2012

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  • A fond farewell

    A fond farewell

    31 January 2012. Daniel Schaffer, TWAS’s Public Information Officer, is retiring. In his concluding article for the ‘TWAS Newsletter’, he speaks about having been witness to the historic changes in scientific capacity taking place in the developing world over ...