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Islam and Science

An Islamist revolution

Nature volume 444, pages 2225 (02 November 2006) | Download Citation


Islamist political parties are taking over from secular ones across the Muslim world. What does this mean for science at home and scientific cooperation with the West? Ehsan Masood investigates.

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  1. Ehsan Masood writes about science in developing countries.

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