Arab science in the golden age (750–1258 C.E.) and today

@article{Falagas2006ArabSI,
  title={Arab science in the golden age (750–1258 C.E.) and today},
  author={M. Falagas and E. Zarkadoulia and G. Samonis},
  journal={The FASEB Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={20}
}
The Arab world covers a vast geographic area, comprising many different countries in Asia and Africa. The contemporary world owes much of its progress in all fields of human intellectual activity, including medicine, to Arabic culture, especially the advancements made during the Golden Age of Arabic-Islamic science (8th to 13th centuries C.E.). The glorious historic background of the Arabic world permits us to identify the debt that humanity owes to the Golden Age of Arabic science and to… Expand

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