Friday, November 03, 2006
In many countries with large Muslim populations the pendulum of power is swinging away from secular (but mostly undemocratic) government back to where it was for many centuries: to Islamist regimes, and Islamic law. What does this mean for Muslim scientists and science? For a very long time, Muslim states have scored badly on measures of science and technology. Will things be any better or worse under the new Islamist governments?
Nature 'Special' Contents:
THE ISLAMIC WORLD (Interactive World Map)
WHAT DO YOU THINK?
ARCHIVE (Not Open Access at the time of writing)
Supported by the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences
Continued at "Islam and science: 'Nature' journal special (Open Access/Free)"
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