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Book 6: Chapter 18 – Famous Indians in Science


  1. Chitranjan Singh Ranawat is a hip surgeon. He lives in New York, United States, and is of Indian origin. He is a winner of Padma Bhushan, which is one of the highest civilian honours of India. He has also authored over 200 papers on orthopaedics.

  2. Deepak Choprais an American bestselling author and public speaker. He is a prominent alternative medicine advocate and a promoter of increasingly popular forms of spirituality. Chopra obtained a medical degree in India before emigrating in 1970 to the United States.

  3. Ashutosh K. Tewari is Chairman of Urology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. He is a board certified American urologist, oncologist and principal investigator.

  4. Subhash Kak was born in Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir. He is an Indian American computer scientist. He is also notable for his Indological publications on history, the philosophy of science, ancient astronomy, and the history of mathematics.

  5. VA Shiva Ayyadurai is an American scientist of Indian origin, inventor and entrepreneur.

As a high school student in 1979, he developed an electronic version of an interoffice mail system, which he called "EMAIL" and copyrighted in 1982. That name's resemblance to the generic term "email" and the claims he later made for the program have led to controversy over Ayyadurai's place in the history of computer technology.

  1. Mani Lal Bhaumik is an Indian-born American physicist and a best-selling author. He was born in 1931 in a small village in Siuri, Medinipore, West Bengal, India. He also took part into the struggle for Indian independence. As a teenager, he was privileged to spend some time with Mahatma Gandhi in his Mahisadal camp.

  2. Narinder Singh Kapany was born on 31 October 1926 in Moga, Punjab, India. He lives in the United States for forty-five years. In 1952, this earlier work led Kapany to conduct studies that led to the invention of optical fibre.

  3. Sabeer Bhatia is an Indian American entrepreneur who founded the Hotmail email service and Jaxtr. In 1988, he went to the US for his bachelor degree at the California Institute of Technology after a foreign transfer from BITS Pilani, Rajasthan. He earned a Master's degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University.

  4. Vinod Dham is an inventor and entrepreneur. He is popularly known as the Father of the Pentium Chip, for his contribution to the development of highly successful Pentium processors from Intel. He did BE degree in Electrical Engineering from Delhi College of Engineering (formerly a part of University of Delhi) in 1971 at the age of 21. At the age of 25, he left his family in New Delhi to get a graduate degree in the U.S., arriving with just $8 in his pocket.

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