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About the Prize

The Mustafa Prize is a top science and technology award granted to the top researchers and scientists of the Muslim world biennially. The Prize is named after one of the epithets of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PbuhH), The Mustafa,which means 'The Selected' in Arabic.

The Prize will be awarded in Jan 2015 for the first time and it seeks to encourage education and research in the Islamic societies. The Prize is set to be the pioneer in developing regional relations between science and technology institutions in the Muslim countries. It also aims to improve scientific relation between Muslim academics and researchers in order
to contribute development and excellence of science in the Islamic states. The four winners of the prize in the four designated fields will receive 500,000 USD each. The Prize money will be financed through the endowments made to the initiative.
The policy making council, comprised of related institutions of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and a number of top universities and academic centers of member states, is tasked with supervising the procedure of awarding the prize to the top works. The prize will be granted to the works which are deemed to have improved the human life and have made tangible innovations on the boundaries of science or have presented new scientific methodology.
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January 8th, 2015

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I am optimistic
about the future of science in Muslim world

Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman, the prominent Pakistani scientist says he believes that the establishment of Mustafa Prize can be a turning point in leading Muslim scientists toward a more effective cooperation and fruitful competition. “Prizes in the field of science are of great importance for improvement of our scientific capabilities, and can facilitate the research processes for our scientists.” The world’s leading researcher in the field of organic chemistry added. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman that more than 900 of his papers have been published ...

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We introduce prominent
Muslim scientists as world’s leading figures in science

Mahdi  Saffarinia, Secretary of the Mustafa Prize’s Policy Making Council, said that ” the Mustafa Prize, based on fair and scholastic evaluation, is seeking to introduce prominent Muslim scientists as world’s leading  figures in science and technology. ” “One of the main goals and approaches being taken into consideration from the first day the Pardis Science and Technology Park decided to award this prize was to put and end to the west’s monopoly in the field of science and technology, ...

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I am optimistic
about the future of science in Muslim world

Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman, the prominent Pakistani scientist says he believes that the establishment of Mustafa Prize can be a turning point in leading Muslim scientists toward a more effective cooperation and fruitful competition. “Prizes in the field of science are of great importance for improvement of our scientific capabilities, and can facilitate the research processes for our scientists.” The world’s leading researcher in the field of organic chemistry added. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman that more than 900 of his papers have been published ...

Read More

We introduce prominent
Muslim scientists as world’s leading figures in science

Mahdi  Saffarinia, Secretary of the Mustafa Prize’s Policy Making Council, said that ” the Mustafa Prize, based on fair and scholastic evaluation, is seeking to introduce prominent Muslim scientists as world’s leading  figures in science and technology. ” “One of the main goals and approaches being taken into consideration from the first day the Pardis Science and Technology Park decided to award this prize was to put and end to the west’s monopoly in the field of science and technology, ...

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