Google doodle celebrates legendary scientist Jagdish Chandra Bose Birth anniversary in an innovative manner as a result of new ideas and technological advancement and he was a pioneer in biophysics, writer of science fiction genre, for that he is regarded as the father of Bengali science fiction and radio science. In addition to this, Google doodle celebrates Bose’s 158th birthday to dedicated and honor his accomplishments and achievements, Google published a doodle on Wednesday. Further, Bose was primarily a who had made the number of contributions and credits in different fields, for quintessence, biology, physics, and archaeology and was born in Mymensingh, now in Bangladesh on November 30, 1858, however, he is well recognized for his pioneering work in biophysics.
As a matter of fact, on Google’s homepage, Google Doodle makes the alteration of the logo that is especially to celebrate days off, events, achievements or efforts, and Individuals. The first ever Google Doodle was intended to celebrate Burning Man Festival of 1998 and was organized and designed by Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Earlier Google Doodles were consecutively managed and designed by an outside contractor, eventually, internDennis Hwang was asked to design a logo on the request of Page and Brin for Bastille Day in 2000. Since then, Google Doodles have been designed and published by “Doodlers” a team of Google’s employees.
What else to be delineated, we can easily make out that Jagdish Chandra Bose was a multi-talented scientist, as far as his innovations are concerned. He was well known for his innovations in the world of science such as radio science (the IEEE honored him as one of the fathers of radio science) and microwave sciences, one of the pro versions of wireless telecommunication and first to use semiconductor junctions to detect radio signals and discovering millimeter length electromagnetic waves other than biophysics. Interestingly, Bose was also famous for his writing in science fiction for instance Niruddesher Kahini (The Story of the Missing One), his inventions of a scientific instrument are known as crescograph.
But most importantly, In 1920, Jagdish was elected as the Fellow of the Royal Society, and in 1937, he established the Bose Institute at Calcutta. In 1958 on his 100th birthday to pay tribute, the JBNSTS scholarship program was initiated in West Bengal, and postage stamp bearing his portrait was released by the government. By the way, for all his contributions the scientist was honor accord, a crater on the moon is named after him.