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November 23rd, 2006
Islamic nations have agreed to set up a network to explore the relationship between Islam and science.
IENST, which will consist of scholars, scientists, technologists and researchers from Islamic countries, will monitor and analyse the applications of new technologies such as biotechnology, nanotechnology and information technology.
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