The search giant Google , dedicates its very new Doodle to Nobel Prize winner physicist Niels Bohr, who gaves valuable contributions to the of atomic structure and quantum mechanics.
Visitors of the Google homepage were greeted with a new doodle that presents the equations for quantum mechanics, with the caption indicating127th birth anniversary of Bohr's .
As in the past, clicking on the doodle will take the visitor to a Google page that shows Search Results for "Niels Bohr."
Bohr was born Oct. 7, 1885 in Copenhagen, Denmark. He studied physics and played soccer at the University of Copenhagen and traveled to England on a study grant and worked with the J.J. Thomson, who discovered the electron .
In 1922, he won the Nobel Prize for his model of the atomic structure.