Google Doodle Celebrates Indian-American scientists Dr. Hargovind Khurana 96th Birthday.
Google has remembered Doodle today by making Google a doodle on the 96th birthday of Indian-American scientist and Nobel laureate Dr. Hargobind Khurana.
Dr. Hargovind Khurana was born in a town named Unirbhaved Bharat year Raipur (District Multan, Punjab).These were the smallest of the four sons of Patwari’s father. Due to being a talented student, he got scholarships in school and college. In the year 1943 B, from the University of Punjab. S.C. (Honors) and in 1945, MSc He passed his (Hons) examinations and went to England after receiving a scholarship from the Government of India. Here Professor A. Liverpool University. After doing research under Robertson, he earned a doctorate degree. He then got a discovery from the Indian government and was involved in exploring with Prof. V. Pralog in the Federal Institute of Technology of Zurich (Switzerland).
Upon returning to India, Dr. Khurana did not find any suitable work. Harare went to England, where there was an opportunity to join the University of Cambridge and work with Lord Tad. In 1952, you were appointed Chairman of the Biochemistry Department of the British Columbia Research Council of the vacant (Canada). In 1960, he found the post of professor in the Institute of Science Research at the University of Wisconsin, USA, and is now the Director of this Institute. Here he accepted the American citizenship.
1968 Nobel Prize was awarded with American scientists You had previously received the Merck Award from Canada’s Chemical Institute in 1958 and this year you were appointed Speaker (visiting) professor at the Rockefeller Institute in New York.
In 1952 he was called from Vancouver University of Columbia (Canada). There he was made head of the Bio Chemistry Department. In 1960, he was awarded the Gold Medal in the ‘Professor Institute of Public Service’ Canada. Dr. Hargobind Khurana’s ‘Merck Award’ has also been received.
- Born 9 january, 1922 Raipur (District Multan, Punjab)
- Death 9 November, 2011 (age 89) Concorde, Massachusetts america
MIT (1970-2007) University of Wisconsin, Madison (1960-70)
University of British Columbia (1952-60)
University of Cambridge (1950-52) Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich (1948-49)
- Punjab University University of Liverpool