List of Muslim scientists

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This is a list of Muslim scientists who have contributed significantly to science and civilization.

Astronomers and astrophysicists[edit]

Biologists, neuroscientists, and psychologists[edit]

Further information: Islamic psychological thought

Chemists and alchemists[edit]

Further information: Alchemy (Islam)

Economists and social scientists[edit]

Further information: Islamic economics in the world

Geographers and earth scientists[edit]

Further information: Muslim Agricultural Revolution

Mathematicians[edit]

Further information: Islamic mathematics: Biographies

Physicians and surgeons[edit]

Main article: Muslim doctors

Physicists and engineers[edit]

Further information: Islamic physics

Political scientists[edit]

Other scientists and inventors[edit]

References[edit]

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  22. ^ Zafarul-Islam Khan, At The Threshold Of A New Millennium – II, The Milli Gazette.
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  37. ^ Dr. Mahmoud Al Deek. "Ibn Al-Haitham: Master of Optics, Mathematics, Physics and Medicine", Al Shindagah, November–December 2004.
  38. ^ Rosanna Gorini (2003), "Al-Haytham the Man of Experience: First Steps in the Science of Vision", International Society for the History of Islamic Medicine, Institute of Neurosciences, Laboratory of Psychobiology and Psychopharmacology, Rome, Italy.
  39. ^ Rüdiger Thiele (2005). "In Memoriam: Matthias Schramm", Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 15, p. 329–331. Cambridge University Press.
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