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Bangladesh Hall of Fame

Dr. Fazlur Rahman Khan - Einstein of Structural Engineering or Father of Tall Buildings: Designer of Sears Tower is considered the greatest Structural Engineer/Architect of all time. Dr. Khan is the innovator of the tubular design, a revolutionary concept in tall building design. Among a number of tube buildings, his design of 100-story John Hancock Center in Chicago gave him international reputation and put Bangladesh on the world map in the architectural and engineering circles....More>>

 


Rabindranath Tagore - First Asian Nobel Laureate (1913) in literature:  Tagore had early success as a writer in his native Bengal. With his translations of some of his poems he became rapidly known in the West. In fact his fame attained a luminous height, taking him across continents on lecture tours and tours of friendship. For the world he became the voice of India's spiritual heritage; and for India, especially for Bengal, he became a great living institution...More>>

Dr. Muhammah Yunus - The World's Banker to The Poor: Nobel Peace Prize Winner (2006) for his contribution to eliminate poverty using Micro credit Concept. His life's work has been to prove that the poor are credit-worthy.

His revolutionary Grameen (Village) banking system is estimated to have extended credit to more than seven million of the world's poor, most of them in Bangladesh, one of the poorest nations in the world...More>>


Satyendranath Bose - Physicist Developed Bose-Einstein Statistics: at Dhaka University (1921). He wrote this paper while working in University of Dhaka. Only four pages long derives Planck's formula and was able to derive the formula for radiation from Boltzmann's statistics. The paper, and his method of deriving Planck's radiation formula, was enthusiastically endorsed by Einstein who saw at once that Bose had removed a major objection against light quanta. ..More>>

Meghnad Saha - A Neclear Scientist Famous for Thermo-Ionization Equation: His theory of high-temperature ionization of elements and its application to stellar atmospheres, expressed in the Saha equation, is fundamental to modern astrophysics; subsequent development of his ideas has led to increased knowledge of the pressure and temperature distributions of stellar atmospheres....More>>

Jagadish Chandra Bosu - Inventor of Radio, Proof of Plant: Inventor of various scientific missions and gave lectures on electromagnetic waves, the effects of electromagnetic waves on living and nonliving matter, and plant physiology. Initiated detailed study of coherer leading to his discovery of the common nature of electric response to all forms of stimulation, in animal and plant tissues as well as in some inorganic models ....More>>


Dr. Amartya Sen - Nobel Prize Winner in Economics (1998) for his contributions to welfare economics: Dr Sen's studies found that shortage of food was not always the cause of such a catastrophe, it said. ``By analysing the available information about different individuals' welfare when collective decisions are made he has improved the theoretical foundation for comparing different distributions of society's welfare and defined new and more satisfactory indexes of poverty,'' the Swedish Academy said....More>>


Dr. Qudrat-e-Khuda - Golden Fiber Scientist: Organic Chemist famous for his incention of Partex product from jute. He conducted research on herbals, jute, salt, charcoal, soil and minerals. He successfully extracted biochemical elements from local trees and plants for medicinal use. Qudrat-i-Khuda and his associates patented 18 scientific inventions. Manufacturing of Partex from jute-stick was his greatest scientific achievement...More>>

Acharya Prafulla Chandra Ray - Father Chemical Industry: "The Laboratory of Sir P.C. Ray is the nursery of the young chemists of New India." Such was the tribute paid to him by the well-known French scholar Sylvan Levi. He succeeded in isolating mercurous nitrite, which brought him fame and recognition. Later, Ray and his co-workers studied compounds of metallic elements with organic sulphur derivatives, particularly mercaptans and sulphides......More>>

 

 

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