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Homi Bhabha
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Homi Bhabha

Introduction:

Homi Bhabha is one of the pioneers in the field of science in modern India. Science in the history of free India in his role of great importance as well. He is a creator of India in nuclear science.
 
Born: October 30, 1909
Died: January 24, 1966
 
Achievements: the establishment of Tata Institute of Fundamental Research; on the first chairman of India`s Atomic Energy Commission; Atomic Energy in Geneva in 1955, the Chairman of the Conference of the United Nations on the peaceful uses of the first.

Its full name is Homi Bhabha on Jehnagir Homi Bhabha, one of the most popular on the Indian nuclear scientists. In independent India, Jawaharlal Nehru supported by the Homi Bhabha Jehnagir, the scientific establishment of the foundation of the two premier institutions, Fundamental Research and Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Tata Institute of the creation of the responsibility on. Homi Bhabha was the first chairman of India`s Atomic Energy Commission.

Homi Jehangir Bhabha, a great Parsi family in Bombay on October 30, 1909, was born. Elphinstone College in Bombay, and after graduating from the Royal Institute of Science, he moved to Cambridge University. He received his doctorate in 1934. During this period he worked with Niels Bohr on quantum theory led to the studies. Homi Bhabha Jehnagir also of great importance for the understanding of the cosmic radiation of electron Showers, the cascade theory was worked with Walter Heitler. He made a considerable effort in identifying the meson.

 

World War II, Homi Jehangir Bhabha, returning to India in 1939 due to sambhavincatanto. CV Raman in 1939, he was under the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore was set up at the Cosmic Ray Research Unit. J.R.D. With the help of Tata, he established the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research at Mumbai. In 1945, he became director of the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research.
 
Apart from a great scientist, Homi Bhabha, was also a skilled administrator. The development of nuclear energy for peaceful independence after he received the blessing of Jawaharlal Nehru. He is India`s Atomic Energy Commission was established in 1948. Indian scientists working on the development of nuclear energy in his direction, and in Asia in the first nuclear reactor in 1956, near Bombay, Trombay, at which came into force.
 
Homi Bhabha Atomic Energy in Geneva in 1955, the Chairman of the Conference of the United Nations on the peaceful uses of the first. He is the international control of atomic energy and nuclear bombs, the outlawing of all the countries referred to. Elimination of poverty and misery of the people he wanted to use nuclear energy.
 
Homi Bhabha, and received honorary degrees from both Indian and foreign universities in the United States in various scientific societies, including the National Academy of Sciences, a member of. He also wrote many articles on quantum theory and cosmic rays. Homi Bhabha, January 24, 1966 was an aircraft accident in Switzerland.


 

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