NEW YORK – Last week, the world lost the famous Egyptian Muslim biologist and physician, Dr. Adel Mahmoud, known for developing the lifesaving vaccines of Human papilloma virus (HPV) and Rotavirus. The renowned expert in infectious diseases, who worked as a professor of Molecular Biology at Princeton University, died on June 11 in Manhattan, New …
A 13-year-old Egyptian Muslim boy has been named the “smartest child in the world” after winning first place at a global competition in which thousands of competitors from around the world took part.
We explore the links between medical research in the Golden Age of Science and the modern practise of medicine today.
Since mind is the source of creativity, Islam honors mind and urges it to roam in this spacious universe and get rid of its restrictions.
“We must come to the land of the Nile for the origin of many of man’s most distinctive and highly cherished beliefs,” Sir William Osler.
We speak with Deena Mousa, the prodigal high-school student who invented a mixture of chemical components that can stop severe bleeding faster than the medicines currently used in hospitals.