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Google celebrates Satyendra Nath Bose with doodle

Google on June 4 created a special doodle to celebrate Indian physicist Satyendra Nath Bose and his contribution to the Bose-Einstein statistic

Born on January 1, 1894, Bose studied in Calcutta and was brilliant in his studies.

Satyendra Nath Bose’s journey to fame began in academics. At age 15, Bose started pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree at Calcutta’s Presidency College and earned a Master’s in Applied Mathematics at the University of Calcutta soon after.

Einstein recognised the significance of the discovery — and soon applied Bose’s formula to a wide range of phenomena. Bose’s theoretical paper became one of the most important findings in quantum theory.

S.N. Bose, however, grasped the importance of Einstein’s theory early. In 1923, Bose sent a paper describing his ideas to a magazine in London, but it was rejected.

In fact, Bose was the classical academic scientist who spent his career toiling away in university laboratories and classrooms, like thousands of others today.