Bihar Boy’s Paper on Black Holes Sends Him Elected to UK’s Royal Astronomical Society!

The Better India reports:
Elected at the age of 18 (the youngest age possible), Amal Pushp is arguably India’s next science prodigy. Well done, Amal! Amal Pushp, an 18-year-old “independent researcher” from Patna with a passion for physics and cosmology studying in Delhi Public School. Britain’s world-famous Royal Astronomical Society selected the Patna boy as a Fellow after he earned a nomination from Lord Martin Rees, a top British astronomer and Emeritus Professor at the University of Cambridge, who was amazed by the boy’s “scientific output.”
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