Author: M.Zaki Kirmani & N.K. Singh
Publisher: Global Vision Publishing House (2005)
Pages: 3208 Binding: Hardcover (4, with dust jackets)
Description from the publisher:
Massive, unique four volume encycylopedic set detailing the lives of Muslim scientists and their impressive pursuits.
Encyclopaedia of Islamic Science and Scientists has been brought out for the first time to provide information on Islamic Science in a comprehensive manner and a brief biography of each leading Muslim scientists of the world, their scientific activities and its significance to the contemporary society, their fillings, ideas, philosophies and concerns. In illuminating portraits of a wide range of personalities of about 382 Muslim Scientists, this book also explores the complex and dynamic aspects of about 113 scientific terminology of all branches of science. This book should become required reading not only for academics but also for every one who wants to know the truth or science of God.
M. Zaki Kirmani, M.Sc. from AMU, Aligarh and Ph.D. in Chemistry from IIT, Delhi, is the Chairman of Centre for Studies on Science and founder editor of Journal of Islamic Science at Aligarh.
N.K. Singh is the Director of International Centre for Religious Studies, Delhi and Editor of Global Religious Vision (Quarterly Research Journal).