Posts Tagged ‘ NPIA – Abdus Salam ’

From the Archives: Islam and Science – Concordance or Conflict?
Late Nobel Laureate in Physics undertakes a fascinating exploration into the relationship between Islam and science. (Professor Abdus Salam)
Islam and the Quest for Knowledge
The importance of attaining knowledge in Islam, and the extraordinary contribution of Muslims in the field of science. (Tommy Kallon – UK)
The Beauty and Glory of the Holy Qur’an
An exposition of how the brilliance of the Qur’an goes far beyond its composition and text and inspired countless souls and softened many hard-hearted persons. (Azhar Haneef - USA)
Views of Scientists on the Existence of God
The search for scientific truth has resulted in the inevitability of the existence of God and the realisation that the universe was not created by chance. (Prof. Saleh Muhammad Allahdin - India)
Abdus Salam and the International Centre for Theoretical Physics
A brief look at the origins and achievements of the Centre as it celebrates its fortieth anniversary. (Sameen Ahmed Khan)
Intellect and Conscience of the Muslim World
The life and work of Professor Abdus Salam (Nobel laureate), the greatest Islamic scientist of the last century. (Dr. Yulduz N. Khaliulin - Moscow)
Dr. Abdus Salam and the Middle East Synchrotron
A new light source that does not seem to brighten the world of Muslim scientists. (Sameen Ahmed Khan)
Chirality and Sideness in Nature
(Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad - Khalifatul Masih IV)
Poor as a Nation
An analysis of relationship between lack of education and poverty (Dr. Abdus Salam)