The National Library of Medicine held an exhibition based on the oldest item in their collection: a manuscript containing the writings of Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi. This online version contains information on Islamic many aspects of Islamic medicine in addition to an extensive bibliography.
In this extensive article, Dr. Muhammad Abdul Jabbar Beg covers an astonishing range of scientific topics and how they emerged in the Islamic world and the contributions of Muslim scientists in areas of chemistry, medicine, and more.
This collection of resources curated by the World Digital Library explored how modern Western science was in many instances derived from earlier Islamic science through astronomy, mathematics, medicine, and technology. Archived site from October 22, 2021.