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TIFRIndia 6h
Prof. Dasgupta and coworkers from have developed a novel biomimetic approach for oxidation reactions by photo-cleaving strong C-H bonds. This can pave the way for green technologies for the chemical industry
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TIFRIndia 10h
Ariel View of Bhabha Atomic Research Centre at Trombay, CIRUS and DHRUVA Nuclear Reactors can be seen
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Homi J Bhabha sitting in his study room at his residence ‘Meherangir’
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TIFRIndia Jun 20
One of India's most distinguished photographers, in a career that spans several decades; he has excelled in various genres, including nature photography, destination photography, and the cityscapes. ‘Beach Pattern’ by Ashwin Mehta
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TIFRIndia Jun 18
Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru laying the foundation stone of the Institute building in 1954
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TIFRIndia Jun 16
Nobel laureate Sir John Cockcroft, nuclear physicist and Lady Cockcroft on a visit to TIFR which served as the cradle of India’s Nuclear Energy Program
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TIFRIndia Jun 16
Dr. Homi J Bhabha explaining high altitude cosmic ray apparatus during the inauguration of TIFR
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TIFRIndia Jun 16
Experimental set up for Spectroscopy in TIFR
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TIFRIndia Jun 13
In 1952, he got a scholarship to study at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, where he was apprenticed to the renowned artists Diego Rivera and David Alfaro Siqueiros. ‘Elephant ride’ by Satish Gujral
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TIFRIndia Jun 9
A close up night shot of the Old Yacht Club building where TIFR was housed in the early days. One catches glimpses of the TIFR Art collection in the gallery
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TIFRIndia Jun 9
Work in Computer Science and Technology started in 1954. Here is an operator drawing a picture on CDC-3600 computer system in TIFR with graph pen and touch screen facilities
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TIFRIndia Jun 6
Dr. Homi J Bhabha explaining high altitude cosmic ray apparatus during the inauguration of TIFR
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TIFRIndia Jun 6
Despite not quoting directly from classical antiquity the pose captured by the artist clearly brings to mind temple architectural reliefs. ‘Dancer’ by K.K.Hebbar
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TIFRIndia Jun 6
1.TIFR Founder Director Homi J Bhabha giving his inaugural lecture at Kenilworth, Mumbai in 1945
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TIFRIndia Jun 2
At the ‘Eighth International Conference on Cosmic Rays' in Jaipur in 1963, Ustad Alla Rakha on tabla and Pandit Ravi Shankar on sitar perform as part of the cultural programme
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Tata Trusts Jun 1
The Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) was set up on this day in 1945. JRD Tata and Homi J Bhabha envisioned it for leading-edge scientific research in the country. Relocated to Mumbai in 1962, TIFR has indeed become one of India’s premier science institutes.
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TIFRIndia Jun 1
Our computational experts from "info-staan" (Grad students of TIFR's School of Technology and Computer Science) will be discussing fun puzzles relating to information theory, computing, logic, security etc. tomorrow....
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TIFRIndia May 30
Impressionistic in treatment, his later works reveal free brushwork, which creates a patchwork of colour sensations defining the subject. ‘Cooling Plant’ by Baburao Sadwelkar
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TIFRIndia May 26
Dr. Homi Bhabha’s mother, Mrs. Meherbai Bhabha receiving a medal on his behalf from the Governor of Maharashtra. She is accompanied by her younger son J.J. Bhabha
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TIFRIndia May 23
‘Collage’ by Nasreen Mohamedi in 1967, catches the painter already into her stride as one of the most interesting new voices on the contemporary scene
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