First Indian woman scientist in London’s Royal Society

First Indian woman scientist in London’s Royal Society

Gagandeep Kang is the first Indian woman scientist to be selected as a Fellow of the Royal Society. (Ramesh Pathania/ HT FILE PHOTO) The Royal Society, London, selected 51 distinguished scientists from across the world as Fellows and Foreign Members on April 16 for their exceptional contributions in the field of science. The Royal Society is the oldest scientific academy in the world and its Fellows are some of the world’s most eminent scientists. Among this year’s group of Fellows are Indian clinician scientist Gagandeep Kang and three Indian-origin scientists — American-Canadian mathematician Manjul Bhargava, Australian mathematician Akshay Venkatesh […]

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