In the Exit Cluster, visitors are challenged to test their new found knowledge of Islamic science and technology in an interactive quiz. Other interactive exhibits summarize the contributions of Muslim scientists, engineers and mathematicians and present an overview of Islamic science.
Sculptures in Hall A
The three sculptures in Hall A symbolize the main fields of teaching and research at the University, including:
- ‘Spiral of Life’, representing the Chemical Life Sciences and Engineering
- ‘Mathematical Spaces’, representing Applied Mathematics and Computational Sciences
- ‘Colorful Pyramids’, representing the Material Sciences and Engineering
Visitors are invited to test their new found knowledge on the history of Islamic science and technology on this easy to use multiple choice interactive quiz. Quiz scores can be compared with those of previous visitors of the same age and gender.
Revival of Islamic Science
This display comprises a video on the revival and future of Islamic science at KAUST. Links are made between the ancient and modern houses of wisdom.
2D figures of famous Islamic scholars
On the way out of the museum there are five 2D figures of famous Islamic scholars including:
- Ibn al-Haitham
- ljiya al-Astrulabi
- lbn Sina