Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science

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Name: Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science
First reported Mar 17 2014 - Updated Mar 17 2014 - 1 reports

Innovate message from Mr Email

The man who invented email will take back a shawl from New Market and, if schedule permits, memories of the Indian Museum and Victoria Memorial. Bombay-born V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai created the world’s first email system in 1978, a few years after his family ... [Published Calcutta Telegraph - Mar 17 2014]
First reported Nov 14 2013 - Updated Nov 14 2013 - 1 reports

Celebrating Role Models in Science & Engineering Achievement: C.V. Raman! [USA Science and Engineering Festival: The Blog]

C.V. Raman – Physicist First Indian scientist to win the Nobel Prize in Physics. Known for his pioneering work in the scattering of light, now commonly called the “Raman Effect” In 1930, at a time of limited opportunities for Indian scientists, ... [Published ScienceBlogs : Combined Feed - Nov 14 2013]

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