google doodle logo honored Sir Satyendra Nath Bose


  • Satyendra Nath Bose emailed Albert Einstein his quantum formulations on this day in 1924.

On June 4, Google released a unique doodle honoring Indian physicist Satyendra Nath Bose and his contributions to Bose–Einstein statistics – Wikipedia

On this day in 1924, Bose delivered his theory to Albert Einstein, who immediately recognized it as a key quantum mechanics breakthrough.


About Satyendra Nath Bose early life.

Bose, who was born on January 1, 1894, studied in Calcutta and excelled in his academics. He had a wide range of interests, including mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, mineralogy, philosophy, the arts, literature, and music. He became well-known because of his academic achievements. According to a Google blog article, Bose’s father an accountant nurtured his interest in mathematics by creating an arithmetic problem for him to answer every day before going for work.

When he was 15, he enrolled at Presidency College  in Calcutta to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree. Bose later graduated from the University of Calcutta with a Master’s degree in Applied Mathematics. He quickly established himself in academia after graduating at the top of his class in both degrees.

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Bose journey as a researcher

Bose, along with astronomer Meghnad Saha, was appointed lecturer at Calcutta University when he was 22 years old. By the end of 1917, Bose had begun offering physics lectures. He became a Reader in Physics at the then-new Dacca University in 1921. He began questioning the way particles were counted while teaching his postgraduate students Planck’s radiation formula, and even began experimenting with his own theories.

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Planck’s Law’s_law and the Hypothesis of Light Quanta, a study written by the renowned mathematician and physicist, was submitted to The Philosophical Magazine, a prestigious science journal. His research was rejected by the journal, much to his astonishment and he surprised . He wasn’t about to quit up, and decided to mail his manuscript to Albert Einstein. Bose’s strategy worked. Einstein saw the possibilities of his discovery right away.

Albert’s Einstein response

Bose’s idea was recognized by Einstein, who generalized it to a wider spectrum of phenomena, and the theory became known as Bose-Einstein statistics. Bose’s idea was recognized by Einstein, who generalized it to a wider spectrum of phenomena, and the theory became known as Bose-Einstein statistics.

Achievements and awards

The Indian government recognized his achievements to physics by granting him the Padma Vibhushan, one of the country’s highest civilian honors. He was also named National Professor, India’s highest honor for academics.


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