শনিবার, ২৭ ডিসেম্বর, ২০১৪
সোমবার, ৯ জুন, ২০১৪
In their dissertation titled 'Neglected malarias: The frontlines and back alleys of global health' published in BioSocieties ( Volume 6, 2011 ) Dr Ann H. Kelly and Dr Uli Biesel have confirmed the role of Kishori Mohan Bandyopadhyay as a co-researcher of Ronald Ross while he was researching on malaria in India.
রবিবার, ২৫ মে, ২০১৪
' Science as Culture' in which Uli Beisel and Christophe Boete have written about Kishori Mohan Bandyopadhyay's contribution to malaria research.
শুক্রবার, ২৩ মে, ২০১৪
বৃহস্পতিবার, ২২ মে, ২০১৪
Here is a rare photograph of Kishorimohan Bandyopadhyay's eldest daughter Amita who was married to Ranjit Roychoudhury, third son of Lakshminarayan Roychoudhury who was a friend of Kishorimohan Bandyopadhyay . Lakshminarayan was the photographer who helped in making coloured slides for Kishorimohan to enable the later to use them in his magic lantern during his anti-malaria drive in Bengal villages.
রবিবার, ২৭ এপ্রিল, ২০১৪
In their research paper titled "The Flying Public Health Tool : Genetically Modified Mosquitoes and Malaria Control" published in 'Science as Culture' Volume 22 No 1. 2013, ( pages 38 - 60 ) from Lancaster, UK, Dr Uli Beisel and Dr Christophe Boete have elaborated upon the reasons as to why Kishori Mohan Bandyopadhyay was not awarded the Nobel Prize along with Ronald Ross. There are attempts by anti-India vested interests to suppress the observations made by Dr Beisel and Dr Boete. It is obvious that Imperialism is still having its sway.
রবিবার, ৯ মার্চ, ২০১৪
Ronald Ross has picked up Kishori Mohan Bandyopadhyay from among the students of Calcutta University. Ross did not allow Bandyopadhyay till his dream is fulfilled. As a result Bandyopadhyay had to postpone his examination several times. He could appear for his graduate examination only after Ross left India. Thereafter he could not get a job and life became very difficult for him. His friend Dr Bidhan Chandra Roy and others advised him to study law and become a lawyer as the vocation was considered to be a good earner. He studied law. However due to his preoccupation with social service he did not become a lawyer and instead preferred visiting villages for malaria eradication drive. Here are his law certificates from Calcutta University.