Al-Zahrawi: The father of modern surgery

Abu Qasim Khalaf Ibn Abbas Al-Zahrawi, known in the West as Albucasis or Zahravius, was born in 936 AD in Al-Zahra’, a suburb, six miles…...


Innovative Solutions And Inventions

Greening the steel industry When companies burn coal to produce steel, they spew carbon dioxide into the atmosphere—an estimated seven to nine per cent of…...


Father of Modern Optics: Ibn Al-Haytham

Ibn al-Haytham is credited with explaining the nature of light and vision, through using a dark chamber he called Albeit Almuzlim, which has the Latin translation as the camera obscura; the device that forms the basis of photography.


Qur’anic Miracle: Mining Iron from space

According to a recent news report, scientists calculated that one of two metallic asteroids floating in Earth’s vicinity may contain precious metals worth about $11.65…...


What Would Life Be Without Water

Without evaporation from lakes and oceans feeding the water cycle, it would stop raining. Without pools of water to drink from, people and most animals…...