The Royal Society of Chemistry bestowed an honorary fellowship to Sherlock Holmes.
Holmes employed chemistry, bloodstains, ballistics, and fingerprints to catch criminals long before actual detectives began employing forensic evidence to solve cases. It should come as no surprise that Sherlock Holmes is the first and only fictitious figure to get an honorary fellowship. The detective was recognized by the Royal Society of Chemistry in 2002 for his use of forensic science and analytical chemistry to solve murders.
The name Dussehra is derived from the Sanskrit phrase Dash Hara, which in English means "the defeat of the Sun.
Students who write longhand notes remember more and have a deeper understanding of the material than those who take notes from laptop.
The Human Brain has the ability to manage emotions, memories, thinking, respiration, and other functions.