Google’s main page switched the limelight on one more excellent researcher. Right after nods to Thomas Edison and also Wilhelm Rontgen’s X-rays, Google did it once again by having an animated gratitude to Robert Bunsen. Bunsen is best recognized for his namesake Bunsen burner, a standard feature of senior high school chemistry class. The burner, created by Robert Bunsen and the assistant, noticeable a significant breakthrough for laboratory instruments.
Born on March 30, 1811, Bunsen would’ve transformed 200 yesterday. (We aren’t certain why Google published that doodle today but not Wednesday, his real birthday. But Robert Bunsen brought a lot to scientific disciplines which we will present Google a pass. In addition to, this 200th anniversary breaks Google’s usual trend of pooh-poohing round numbers.)