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Science and Islam

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This lecture tells the history of one of the most misunderstood, yet rich and fertile periods in science: the Islamic scientific revolution between 700 and 1500 AD. Science writer, Ehsan Masood charts a religious empire’s scientific heyday, its decline, and the many debates that now surround it.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Science Festival series.

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