Top 10 Contributions to Science from Indian scientists

top 10 contribution to science from Indian Scientists

The learnings imbibed in India is considered to be of high standards. The pedagogy and well-versed teachers have made India the birthplace of renowned scientists who have contributed to science. Today, let us know the top 10 contributions to science from Indian Scientists

Top 10 Contributions to Science from Indian scientists

  • Today, India has given the cheapest satellite to the world. The Indian Space program was developed by Vikram Sarabhai and is the ISRO today that is making record-breaking progress in a specified field.

  • Cresco graph, the instrument to measure growth in plants, was invented by Jagdish Chandra Bose. He headed a team that made great progress in radio and micro-optics. His contributions to the field of science were recognized by naming a crater on the moon behalf of his name.

  • C.V. Raman contributed to the field of Physics and came up with the discovery of Raman Effect. He was awarded Bharat Ratna award and the Nobel Prize.

  • Great contributions to the field of atomic physics have been done by Homi J. Bhabha. The Bhabha Atomic Research Institute was initiated by him and it has been instrumental in its own field of research.

  • Salim Ali contributed to the field of science by developing Ornithology. This is the reason that he is also famous as the “Birdman of India”

Must Read: Secrets and Mysteries of India


India new Science from ages.

  • Indian scientist Visvesvaraya gave the world, ‘automatic sluice gates’ and ‘block irrigation system’ which are still considered to be marvels in the field of engineering. His birthday, 15th September, is celebrated as Engineer’s Day.

  • Meghnad Saha contributed to the thermal ionization of elements and gave the world, the Saha Equation – for interpretation of the spectra of stars in astrophysics.

  • Srinivasa Ramanujan, though died young, contributed to the mathematical analysis, infinite series, number theory, and continued fractions.

  • Har Gobind Khorana synthesized an artificial gene in a living cell. His various other studies formed the basis of biotechnology and gene therapy.

  • Venkatraman Radhakrishnan, an acclaimed Astrophysicist, gave the world design and fabrication of ultralight aircraft and sailboats.

Being as Indian, one should be proud of what their countrymen have achieved so far. These contributions are quite significant and relevant. One must be proud of the nation and its great talent.