New Technologies and Development of the Muslim World

Proceedings of the third international conference, (Kuwait) (1989) – Published by the Islamic Academy of Sciences.
Editors: F Daghestani (Jordan), S Qasem (Jordan).

BC 146-3-1990, Hardcover 426 pages,
17*25 cm, English, Illustrated, 1990, 

US $ 30.00



  • Opening Statements;
  • Most Promising Applications of New Technologies in Industry;
  • Applications of Space Technology to Mapping of Natural Resources;
  • Promising Applications of New Technologies in Education;
  • New and Emerging Technologies for Food and Agricultural Development;
  • Present Potential of the Muslim World in Biotechnology;
  • Biotechnology Policy Options for Developing Countries;
  • Superconductors;
  • Potential of the Muslim World in New Materials;
  • Trends in Microelectronics;
  • Microelectronics in OIC Member Countries;
  • Trends in Energy Related High Technologies;
  • Prospects for Application of Advanced Power Plants for Better Fuel Management;
  • Renewable Energies in Islamic Counties;
  • Energy Technologies Needed in the Muslim World;
  • Scientific Research and Technology in the Medical Field;
  • Trends in the Field of Informatics;
  • The Muslim World and Informatics;
  • IAS Declaration on New Technologies and the Development of the Muslim World.