Promotes public awareness of the contributions undertaken by scientists in the field of Islamic medical sciences. Includes articles, and information about membership and events.
This site is based on the Quranic verse 51:49 that describes the nature of all created things. They take a scientific approach to the verse and its meaning.
Discusses the implications of Islam upon contemporary science and vice versa.
Online documents for the U.S. National Library of Medicine exhibition celebrating the achievements of the medical profession in Islamic culture from the 9th to the 19th century.
A collection of articles covering the scientific accuracy of the Quran, medicine and medical ethics, and the historical contribution of Islam to medicine.
Extensive information resource on Muslim contributions to science, mathematics, astronomy, and philosophy in the Middle Ages. Includes articles and biographies.
An article by Owen Gingerich, in Scientific American, on ancient astronomy preserved and improved in the Islamic empire.
Martin Riexinger maintains a list of links leading to the sites of Muslim creationists and their opponents.
Research resources on Islam and ecology. Includes bibliography, essays, religious texts, official statements, and related links.
A history of mathematical concepts and development in the Muslim world, with biographies of Muslim mathematicians.