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Muslim women in sciences and technology, since the Islamic Golden Age, Muslims have been actively participating in various sciences.
International Forum on Women in Science and Technology in Muslim Countries was held by the United Nations, regarding the changes women have brought in the sciences in Muslim countries.
Anousheh Ansari is an Iranian-American engineer and co-founder and chairwoman of Prodea Systems, on September 18, 2006, a few days after her 40th birthday, she became the first Muslim woman in space.
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