Satyendra Nath Bose did not receive nobel prize even after being a great physicist

Renowned physicist Satyendra Nath was born on January 1, 1894, in Calcutta (now Kolkata). He died on February 4, 1974, at the age of 80. Bose's most prominent achievement is his association with Einstein while he was working on quantum physics and relativity theory. Bose-Einstein was a result of Bose and Einstein's prediction of the state of a thin gas case of condensed boson. For his outstanding service to science and research, the Government of India conferred on him the Padma Vibhushan, India's second-highest civilian honour, in 1954.

Satyendra Nath had ensured an MSC degree from Applied Maths in 1915. He had topped the MSC, he is said to have passed with record numbers. No one has been able to break this record even today. As a reader in the Physics Department at Dhaka University in 1924, he wrote a paper on quantum studies and sent it to renowned scientist Albert Einstein. Einstein was deeply impressed and translated into German and sent to appear in a German Science Journal. It was on this identity that Satyendra Nath got the opportunity to work in the Science Lab in Europe. In 1937, the great poet Rabindranath Tagore dedicated his book on Science to the world introduction Satyendra Nath Bose. The Indian Government has also honoured Bose with the Padma Vibhushan, the country's second-largest civilian honour, in 1954.

Alas, not got Nobel: Bose died in 1974. Apart from discussing his scholarship, he is also remembered for not getting respect for him. Many scientists have won the Nobel prize for working on their discovered particle boson, but Satyendra Nath Bose did not receive the Nobel Prize for the same.

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