Mustafa Prize seeking scientific interaction in Islamic World

Mustafa Prize seeking scientific interaction in Islamic World

Mustafa Prize seeking scientific interaction in Islamic World

 

 
According to the Public Relations Department of Mustafa Scientific Prize, Esther Kuisch Laroche pointed to the limited development of science and technology in Muslim countries in a certain time span and noted, "57 members of Organization of Islamic Cooperation invest only 0.81 percent of their GNP for research and production which is approximately third of budget of other countries."
 
"Numerous scientists believe that there is a growing scientific awakening in Muslim world and lots of researches are being done with a high level of quality in these nations," she added.
 
Laroche pointed to Iran's role in present science saying that the country is on the top of the list with respect to the amount of scientific articles in different majors. For instance, she said, most articles which is actually more than international average, are on mathematics.

 

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