It is impossible to imagine the world without science and the scientists. It is the scientists and their contributions that have transformed man and his life from a primitive one to a civilized one. They had to go through many tribulations before what they professed was accepted by the people of that time. Their inventions may seem simple to our eyes today, but to the people of that time they were preposterous.
Among the most remarkable similarities that emerge when one considers together these writings from the likes of Albert Einstein, James Watt, Marie Curie, and others, is the sense of wonder and outright awe at what the study of the natural world can reveal. From this book it is clear that science and all parallel attempts to understand our human existence—including fields like philosophy to theology—are viewed as nothing less than grand adventures to those that are probing the limits of what we know.
Born in 14th August, 1986 and a freelance writer, currently assisting her father in his Export Business. She was born in Calcutta where she did her schooling from Birla High School (Girls’ Section) and then went on to pursue Bachelors in English (Hons) under Calcutta University. She completed her Masters in Journalism from Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication, Pune, in April 2011. During her 2-year Master's Programme, she also interned in The Telegraph, Calcutta, Madhubun Educational Books, Calcutta, and Macmillan India Limited, Calcutta.
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