Jagdish Chandra Bose is one of India's greatest scientists with many facets

Nov 23 2020 02:04 AM
Jagdish Chandra Bose is one of India's greatest scientists with many facets

There are fewer people in the world who are rich in versatility. These may include Jagdish Chandra Bose, who was a polytheist. He was a renowned scientist of India who had a deep knowledge of physics, biology, botany and archaeology. Apart from working on the optics of the radio and microwaves, he also made many important inventions in botany. Jagdish Chandra Bose, a contemporary of Ravindra Nath Tagore, Vivekananda and Raja Rammohun Roy, was born on 30 November 1858 in Bhagwan Chandra Bose in Faridpur. He then went on to pursue medical education at the University of London. In 1896, he received his doctorate from London.

J.C Bose's name is taken with respect because he made a scientific discovery at a time when no one in the country knew it. He carried out important scientific experiments. He made extraordinary progress in sending wireless signals and first used semiconductors to capture radio messages. Later, he started scientific work in the field of Microwave and also proved that tree plants also have life and it also breathes like living beings. He created a device called Cresco graph that could see the motion of tree plants. He was given the membership of the Royal Society for this amazing discovery.

The special thing is that all the research and experiments done by JC Bose did not happen in any good laboratory due to a lack of money. Jagdish Chandra Bose, wishing to build a good laboratory, left this world in Giridih (Jharkhand) on 23 November 1937 at the age of 78. Seeing his incomplete desires, the Bose Science Temple in Kolkata is inspired by this idea, which is famous for research work in science. The contribution of the multiculturalist JC Bose can never be forgotten.

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