New Delhi: The giant search engine Google on Wednesday celebrated the 158th birthday of scientist Sri Jagdish Chandra Bose. The multi-talented polymath is the subject of a Google Doodle across the US, Australia, India and France.
In the doodle created by Google shows the scientist with crescograph, which is an instrument that he invented to measure growth in plants. It also determines environment effects on vegetation.
Jagdish Chandra Bose was born in Bangladesh, 1858. He completed his schooling from Bangladesh and at the age 18, he left Bangladesh to study Natural Science at Christ’s College. Bose completed his higher education from Cambridge University. Bose created the modern radio and sonic technology and considering his tremendous contribution in science, the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers named Bose as “father of radio science”.
First Published | 30 November 2016 8:59 AM