Great news- These Indian born scientists from the famous MIT in USA have got awards now for their efforts and are sensational


Massachusetts Institute of Technology or MIT in Cambridge,USA is highly popular and over the years has been responsible for producing number of students who have reached superb heights in their careers. The latest news that has been the talk of the town is two scientists born in India working in this MIT have been conferred with prestigious awards for their superb contributions. Incredible isn’t it!!

Ramesh Raskar born in Nasik and Dinesh Bharadia are the two persons from this superb MIT who have been awarded for their tremendous work. The renowned Lemelson-MIT prize worth 500,000 USD for the year 2016 has been awarded to Ramesh Raskar who works as an imaging scientist and inventor in this MIT.

It is now brought to light that Ramesh Raskar aged 46 is co-inventor of radical imaging solutions and it includes femtophotography which is an ultra fast imaging system. His work in inventing a camera that could read pages of a book without the need for opening the cover has caught the attention of many.

According to Dorothy Lemelson the chairperson of the Lemelson Foundation Ramesh Raskar deserves the award as his invention was sensational and felt thrilled to honour him. Paul Barang Young Scholar Award went to Dinesh Bharadia who is doing his research in this prestigious MIT. This former student of renowned IIT Kanpur contributions in the field of radio waves where sending and receiving radio wireless signals could be done on the same wave channel were superb.

This Young Scholar Award given by Marconi included prize of 4000 USD and on 2nd November he would receive the award in California. Awesome duo!!

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