The Raman Effect and National Science Day

(Excerpts from the book, “K.S. Krishnan: his Life and Work”, by D.C.V. Mallik and S Chatterjee; Universities Press (2011)) Sitting under a deep blue sky, on the deck of the SS Narkunda, watching the blue opalescence of the Mediterranean Sea, Sir C.V. Raman was wondering about the mysterious qualities of light. It was September 1921 […]

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RYSI Award

It may sound clichéd, but science is a way of life. It is the logical, rational way of explaining things happening around us, and all over the universe at large. This is done by making guesses – hypotheses – and then by proving or disproving the hypothesis through experiments, measurements and observations. Based on the […]

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