Here is a science related benefit from my research on Science and Islam.

“…عَنْ جَابِرِ بْنِ عَبْدِ اللَّهِ، عَنْ رَسُولِ اللَّهِ صلى الله عليه وسلم أَنَّهُ قَالَ ‏”‏ يَوْمُ الْجُمُعَةِ ثِنْتَا عَشْرَةَ ‏”‏ ‏.‏ يُرِيدُ سَاعَةً ‏

Narrated Jabir ibn Abdullah radiallahu nahu said;

The Prophet (ﷺ) said: Friday is divided into twelve hours. 

[Saheeh Sunan Abi Dawood no. 1048]

Shaikh Abdul-Muhsin al-Abbad hafiduhallah said:

ليست الساعة شيئاً ثابتاً في كل أيام السنة كما اصطلح عليه الناس في هذا الزمان، حيث يجعلون الليل والنهار أربعاً وعشرين ساعة، ولكن أحياناً يصير النهار تسع ساعات والليل خمس عشرة ساعة، وأحياناً يكون العكس

“…The hours are not established in every day of the year just as the people in this time period have classified in terms of making the night and day twenty-four hours together. However, sometimes the day is nine hours and the night is fifteen hours. Sometimes it is the opposite…”

[Sharh Sunan Abi Dawood no.133]

Imam Ibn Mandhoor rahimahullah said:

والليل والنهار معا أربع وعشرون ساعة ، وإذا اعتدلا فكل واحد منهما ثنتا عشرة ساعة

“The night and day together are twenty-four hours. If divided, each of them is twelve hours”

[Lisan ul-Arab]

Imam Shawkaani rahimahullah said:

واليوم يتحصل من ساعات معلومة هي: أربع وعشرون ساعة لليل والنهار، قد يكون لكل واحد منهما اثنتا عشرة ساعة في أيام الاستواء، ويزيد أحدهما على الآخر في أيام الزيادة وأيام النقصان،

“The day occurs in well-known hours and it twenty-four hours for the night and the day. So each of them is twelve hours in the established days. And one of them increases into the other during the days of increase and the days of decrease [i.e summer and winter]

[Fath ul-Qaadir under Tafsir of 10: 5]

I (Faisal) say: This is proof that the day and night combined are twenty four hours and they do not decrease below that combined number. As for what Science Power 9 [my old science text book in grade 9] states that 900 million years ago the Day was only 18 hours, then this is false (pg. 529)! The above Hadith and statements of the Scholars clearly proof otherwise and such an argument requires a proof, for which there is none”.