A new way of spotting brain tumours is rooted in an old Nobel-winning discovery from Kolkata
On a mild Kolkata winter day in 1928, an Indian physicist called Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman and a colleague found that when a beam of light strikes a liquid, a small part of the light is scattered into a different colour. The scattering changes with the type of liquid.
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