On the death anniversary of CV Raman, we remember the Nobel Laureate Indian physicist

In 1930, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics “for his work on light scattering and the discovery of the effect named after him” while working at Calcutta University. In 1933, he was appointed as a professor at the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore, where he remained for the next 15 years. Continue reading On the death anniversary of CV Raman, we remember the Nobel Laureate Indian physicist