A Nobel for Raman

He was a government servant by day and a physicist by night. Yet when he won the Nobel Prize in 1930, C V Raman was utterly dismayed. Catch the story of the extraordinary scientist who discovered the ‘Raman Effect’ and his struggle to raise home-grown talent.

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