Islam and ScienceBruno Abd-al-Haqq Guiderdoni gave this lecture on Thursday, 17 April 2008.
Bruno during a lively discussion at Bell Baxter High School (© Fife Herald)
Guests at dinner with Bruno
Dr Bruno Abd-al-Haqq Guiderdoni is the director of the Observatory of Lyon (France). His main research field is in galaxy formation and evolution. He has published more than 100 papers and has organized several international conferences on these issues.
He is an expert on Islam in France and has published 50 papers on Islamic theology and mysticism. He was in charge of a weekly French television program called Knowing Islam from 1993 to 1999 and is now the director of the Islamic Institute for Advanced Studies.
For an account of a recent interview with Guiderdoni on the debate between Science and Religion in Islam, please click here.