On this National science day, lets once again congratulate the women scientists who took India into space. Ritu Karidhal Srivastava She was a Deputy Operations Director to India’s Mars orbital mission, Mangalyaan. She has been referred to as a “Rocket Woman” of India. Nandini Harinath She was the Deputy Operations Director, Mars Orbiter Mission. Nandini is also the MissionContinue reading “National Science Day”
Hey students, Upto which table do you know? At least Upto 10, awesome! You have crossed the mountain! 😀😁🙂 Don’t worry for the rest of the tables! From 10th to 99th, any table, very easy! I didn’t know this. Because this vedic mathematics was not taught to us in schools of this country ! HowContinue reading “Vedic Mathematics”
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Asima Chatterjee was an Indian chemist noted for her work on vinca alkaloids, and the development of anti-epileptic and anti-malarial drugs. Her doctoral research focused on the chemistry of plant products and synthetic organic chemistry. Additionally she also had research experience from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and Caltech. She was instrumental in developing anti-convulsive,Continue reading “Indian Woman Scientist – Asima Chatterjee”
National Science day is celebrated on February 28th to mark C.V.Raman’s birthday. He is the only Indian physicist with Nobel prize. three indian born scientists – Har Gobind Khorana, Subramanyan Chandrashekjar and Venkatraman Ramakrishnan won Nobel prizes after getting the U.S. Citizenship. Ram was ingtrigued by the blue colour of the Mediterranean sea and experimentedContinue reading “C.V.Raman”