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Science and technology in Turkey

Science and Technology in Turkey is central planned by TÜBİTAK and in responsibility of universities and research institutes. R&D activities in Turkey show a significant jump in late years.[1]


  • History 1
    • Ottoman Empire 1.1
    • Modern Turkey 1.2
  • Institutions 2
    • Research Institutes and Organisations 2.1
    • Technical Universities 2.2
    • Technology Universities 2.3
  • Scientific fields 3
  • Notable scientists from Turkey 4
  • References 5


Ottoman Empire

Modern Turkey


Research Institutes and Organisations

Technical Universities

There are six universities in Turkey which are dedicated to engineering, technology and sciences.

Technology Universities

Scientific fields

Notable scientists from Turkey

Prof. Cahit Arf was known for the Arf invariant, the Hasse–Arf theorem, the Arf semigroups, and Arf rings.


  1. ^ Tübitak

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