Google Doodle Michiyo Tsujimura: গুগল ডুডল জাপানি সবুজ চা গবেষক মিচিও সুজিমুরার জীবন উদযাপন করেছে

Google Doodle Michiyo Tsujimura: সবুজ চায়ের স্বাদ কেন এত তিক্ত হয় যখন খুব বেশি সময় ধরে খাড়া থাকে ?? গুগল ডুডল জাপানি সবুজ চা গবেষক মিচিও সুজিমুরার জীবন উদযাপন করেছে |

Google Doodle Michiyo Tsujimura:  Google Doodle celebrates the life of Japanese green tea researcher Michiyo Tsujimura


Google Doodle Michiyo Tsujimura: Google Doodle celebrated Japanese educator and biochemist Michiyo Tsujimura’s 133rd birthday with a special graphic on September 17. It is because of Michiyo Tsujimura’s research that science has an answer to why green tea tastes so bitter when steeped for too long. The Google Doodle celebrating Michiyo Tsujimura’s 133rd birthday shows her studying and extracting the chemical components of green tea.

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Google Doodle Michiyo Tsujimura: Life of a Japanese Researcher

A variety of research components, such as a tea shrub, a cup of green tea, a pen, a flask, and a notepad, were used to form the letters of ‘Google’.

Born on September 17, 1888, in Okegawa, Saitama Prefecture, Japan, Michiyo Tsujimura spent her early career teaching science. She aspired to become a scientific researcher and that materialized in 1920 when she began analyzing the nutritional properties of Japanese silkworms at Hokkaido Imperial University.

(কয়েক বছর পরে মিচিও সুজিমুরা টোকিও ইম্পেরিয়াল বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ে স্থানান্তরিত হন এবং Dr Umetaro Suzuki-র সাথে সবুজ চায়ের জৈব রসায়ন নিয়ে গবেষণা শুরু করেন, যিনি ভিটামিন বি 1 আবিষ্কারের জন্য প্রশংসিত।)

“Their joint research revealed that green tea contained significant amounts of vitamin C, the first of many yet unknown molecular compounds in green tea that awaited under the microscope. In 1929, she isolated catechin, a bitter ingredient of tea. Then, the next year, she isolated tannin, an even more bitter compound. These findings formed the foundation for her doctoral thesis, ‘On the Chemical Components of Green Tea’ when she graduated as Japan’s first woman doctor of agriculture in 1932,” the Google Doodle page says.

 

Swastika Paul
Swastika Paul
Hi, I am Swastika Paul, popularly known as Mun in my friends’ circle. I am a writer, author ,educationist and an Engineering student . I enjoy writing things that are on popular science, applied mathematics, environment, history, invention news , modern technology culture and society in Bengali in order to popularize science among readers in the regional language.

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