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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.


  • The First Summit on Science and Technology of the OIC, Astana, Kazakhstan, 10-11 September 2017.

    ASTANA. KAZINFORM The first ever Summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation on science and technologies with the participation of the heads of several states started in Astana’s Independence Palace today, Kazinform correspondent reports. The two-day international event will determine priorities, goals, and objectives in the field ...

  • Happy Eid-al-Adha 2017

    Dear Fellows and Friends of the

    Islamic World Academy of Sciences 

    Happy Eid-al-Adha

  • COMSTECH Awards 2017 In ‘Biology’ and ‘Chemistry’

    The Organization of Islamic Cooperation Standing Committee on Scientific and   Technological Cooperation (COMSTECH) announces the award of prizes, which are intended to encourage and support scientific contributions in basic sciences. COMSTECH will offer Awards in the fields of Biology and Chemistry during the 16th Session of COMSTECH General Assembly.

  • COMSTECH Awards for Excellence in Science & Technology 2017

    The Organization of Islamic Cooperation Standing Committee on Scientific and Technological Cooperation (COMSTECH) has decided to recognize outstanding work carried out by scientists who are citizens of, and working in, OIC member states by offering a number of awards in the following areas:

  • Jordan Stakes its Future on Science

    The country wants to use a focus on research to solve its problems and build diplomatic ties in the Middle East.

    When the World Science Forum kicks off on the shore of the Dead Sea in November, it will be the latest jewel in the crown for one ...

  • Capitalize on African biodiversity – H E Prof. Ameenah Gurib-Fakim FIAS

    Artemisinin, ginkgolides, quinine, reserpine, scopolamine, paclitaxel. What do these molecules have in common? They are all extracted from plants and transformed into useful drugs, treating conditions including malaria, nausea, cancer and high blood pressure. None of the plants is from Africa.

    Almost 60% of commercially available drugs ...