Google Doodle | Through Google Doodle ‘Dr. Mario Molina remembered on his 80th birth anniversary, who made his bathroom a lab
New Delhi : Google often celebrates some special days through doodles. Today i.e. on Sunday, Google is celebrating the 80th birth anniversary of a Mexican chemist Dr. Mario Molina through Google Doodle. Co-recipient of the 1995 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Dr. Molina has highlighted several important things.
Who is Mario Molina?
Mario Molina was born on March 19, 1943 in Mexico City. Dr. Molina was one of the researchers who explained how the chemical destroys the Earth’s ozone shield. Which is necessary to protect humans, plants and wildlife from harmful ultraviolet light.
Not only this, he played a very important role in bringing the governments of all the countries together to save the ozone layer of the planet Earth. He did the work of persuading all the countries to come together.
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bathroom converted into lab
Significantly, since childhood, Mario Molina was so obsessed with science that he converted his bathroom into a makeshift laboratory. Yes, you heard it right. Not only this, he used to get immense pleasure from seeing small organisms in his toy microscope. Which cannot be compared with anyone.
death by stroke
Please tell that at the age of 77, on October 7, 2020, Molina died of a heart attack in Mexico. Even after this, people remember him and his work a lot. However, the Mario Molina Center continues its work to create a more livable and sustainable world. Today Google is celebrating his 80th birth anniversary with a doodle.