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Blind Muslim Creates STEM Curriculum for Blind Children

STEM Possible for Blind Thanks to Muslim Chemist

Getting help in her studies from a team of volunteers and assistants, Mona Minkara, a legally blind post-doctoral research fellow in the University of Minnesota, is seeking to pay back to the world, working to create a STEM curriculum for blind children in developing countries.

Muslim Genius Teen Receives Apple Contract & Scholarship

Muslim Genius Teen Receives Apple Contract & Scholarship

An Eritrean teenager has developed a mathematical theory that associates a person’s phone number with their age, awarding him a signing fee of US$30 million dollars to work with Apple after he graduates. For thousands of years many influential Muslims have made notable contributions to the field of mathematics. One of the earliest was from …

Afghan Inventor Designs Mine Detonator

Afghan Inventor Designs Mine Detonator

Afghan inventor Massoud Hassani has designed a wind-powered ball for clearing minefields. Now in the Netherlands, Hassani grew up in Afghanistan, where he and his brother often made their own wind-powered toys. The detonator, called Mine Kafon, is designed in the shape of a ball, made of an iron casing core surrounded by dozens of …

Cloud Seeding Potentials

Cloud Seeding Potentials

The rise of Muslims to the zenith of civilization was based on lslam’s emphasis on learning, science and seeking knowledge. “Are those who have knowledge and those who have no knowledge alike? Only the men of understanding are mindful.” (Qur’an 39:9). In light of these teachings of Islamic Shari’ah of praising knowledge and admiring scientific …

Saving Energy by 1st Fully Automated Smart & Green Mosque in UAE

UAE’s Ras Al Khaimah Set to Open First Smart & Green Mosque

Ras Al Khaimah in the northeast of the UAE is set to open its first smart and green mosque. The renovated mosque depends on solar-powered lights and an entirely automated energy-saving system, KhaleejTimes reported Wednesday, March 15. The mosque, which will be opened to the public soon, is actually an old one in the Muairidh …

Adult Diabetes in Children

Adult Diabetes in Children

With an abundance of vegetation that Allah (SWT) has blessed us with at our feet, we have a choice of many unadulterated foods that provide all the nutrients that we need. Allah gives us guidance about nutrition in the Qur’an (7:160) when He says, “Eat of the good foods We have provided for you.” Many …

Ongoing Debate on Genetic Modification

Ongoing Debate on Genetic Modification

For several years, he was leading the pack of activists who were destroying genetically modified crops in the name of conserving the environment, but in an ironical twist of events, Mark Lynas, one of Britain’s influential science writers and climate change advocator, shocked the world when he publicly apologized for his activism and fully embraced …

Space Technology to Battle Climate Change

Space Technology to Battle Climate Change

The frosty midday weather hanging over highlands keeps farmers indoors waiting for the noon mist to clear. It should be sunlit this September, yet the sky is veiled by a thick blanket of fog. Peter Mwihia, lean and wrinkled, says his entire coffee crop has lost all its berries, whose harvest would have fetched him income to buy …

Solar Energy: Future of Muslims

Solar Energy: Future of Muslims

The Qur’an (12:13) tells us that, “He hath constrained the night and the day and the sun and the moon to be of service unto you…” Nowhere is this more evident than in the case of solar energy. In fact, a big number of the Muslim countries where sunny days are abundant, the sun is …



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