1001 Inventions

Free Preview for Educators:

“Discover the secret behind how we write.  Understand how we see.  Trace the origins of algebra.  Uncover the history of everyday items like coffee, toothbrushes and soap.  Plus, view a 13-minute film starring Oscar-winning actor Ben Kingsley, and enjoy over60 interactive exhibits that reveal the scientific legacy of Muslim civilization in our modern world.  1001 Inventions is an excellent teaching opportunity for science, social studies, history, classical studies, and art.”

Teachers, you and a guest are invited to attend a special preview event celebrating the opening of “1001 Inventions” at the New York Hall of Science.  To attend, you must RSVP. To RSVP, click here and complete and submit our online RSVP form.  We will email you your confirmation.

Refreshments will be served!

Event:  “1001 Inventions: Science and Technology from Muslim Civilization”

Date:  Thursday, February 3, 2011

Time:  4 to 8 pm (last admittance at 7pm)

Comments

  1. RJ Stangherlin

    I love your post and the innovation of green text. I’ll share out a Google Doc about DEN STARs at EduCon and some images so we can begin our collaboration.

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