There is little known about his life, except it is suggested that he is the same person as Muhammad ibn Musa ibn Shakir.
He worked in Baghdad as a scholar at the House of Wisdom, where he studied math and sciences.
His research and development of solving quadratic and linear equations led to algebra.
A Persian polymath.
Was an anthropologist of German-American descent.
was a Persian polymath who wrote almost 450 works on a wide range of subjects, of which around 240 have survived
was an Arab astronomer, astrologer, and mathematician
Agnes Robertson Arber was a British plant morphologist and anatomist, historian of botany and philosopher of biology
A Scottish landowner and also a mathematician, physicist and astronomer.
Was a naturalist from France and a propagator of the theory that evolution transpires in tandem with the natural laws.
An Indian mathematician and autodidact.
A Spanish Muslim philosopher, scholar and theologian.