3 Indian scientists elected fellows of Royal Society

Three Indian Scientist have been elected as the Fellows of The Royal Society, a premier scientific academy of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth, for their “outstanding contributions to science“. Krishna Chatterjee from Cambridge University has been recognised for his discoveries of genetic disorders of thyroid gland formation.

Subhash Khot from New York University has been credited for throwing insight into unresolved problems in the field of computational complexity. 

Yadvinder Malhi from Oxford University is recognised for his works on understanding the functioning of terrestrial ecosystems and its response to the pressures of global change, including climate change, degradation and loss of large animals.

Important Takeaways from above News for BOB PO Exam-

  • Three Indian Scientist have been elected as the Fellows of The Royal Society viz. Krishna Chatterjee, Subhash Khot, Yadvinder Malhi.
Source- The Indian Express

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