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Science meet hosts Baba Ramdev and Nobel laureate together

Written by: Staff

New Delhi, Mar 26 (UNI) Building bridges between science and sprituality, Indian Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev and Nobel laureate in Chemistry, Professor Harry Kroto are coming face to face here tomorrow under the aegis of a leading business chamber.

Baba Ramdev, along with Professor Kroto, will share the Roundtable on Science and Sprituality- Building the Bridge, in which President of the US-based Nanobiosym, Dr Anita Goel and President of Heseltine Foundation for Medical Science and the Arts, Dr William A Heseltine will also participate.

The Rountable is being organised as part of the fourth Global Knowledge Millennium Summit of the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (Assocham).

It is for the first time that any business chamber is hosting a Yoga and spritual Guru not only to the captains of the Indian industry but also to scores of scientists and technologists different parts of the world, including the US, UK, Canada China and Austria.

After the meet, Baba Ramdev will give a presentation on the Indian Yoga and sprituality before the global business and scientific community.

''We want to convey this message to the global scientific and business leaders that there is no conflict between the science and sprituality. In fact, they strengthen each other'', Assocham President Anil K Agarwal said.

Professor Kroto received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry along with Robert Curl and Richard Smalley for the discovery of C60 Buckminsterfullerene - a new form of carbon. His main research areas include Spectroscopy of Unstable Species and Reaction Intermediates, Astrophysics, Cluster Science and Fullerene Chemistry, Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.

Baba Ramdev is a strong propent of Indian cultural values and his practical approach to Yoga and research in Ayurveda has won him a large follwing throughout India.


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