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He worked in the fields of magnetism, thermal conductivity and thermionics - a branch of electronics dealing with the emission of electrons from matter under the influence of heat. In December 1928, Krishnan moved to Dacca University as a Reader in Physics. The department was then headed by the eminent physicist Prof. Satyendra Nath Bose. The congenial atmosphere delighted Krishnan and he worked with great enthusiasm. His low-cost, simple experimental procedures were jocularly described as Sealing Wax and String experiments by a foreign friend.
In 1924, Haldane published a remarkable work of fiction, Dædalus. It was the first book about the scientific feasibility of test-tube babies brought to life without sexual intercourse or pregnancy. At the time, it was regarded as shocking science fiction. Dædalus was a popular and influential book, the original dose of future-shock for the 20th century. It inspired Aldous Huxley’s novel Brave New World (1932), in which a society based on test-tube babies turns out to be not such a wonderful place after all.
The entire field of knowledge was his province. He worked in as diverse fields as chemistry, mineralogy, biology, soil science, philosophy, archaeology, the fine arts, literature and languages. He was extremely fond of instrumental music and played the esraj like a maestro. He often discussed mural paintings with Jamini Roy. Tagore dedicated his book Viswa Parichay (Introduction to the Universe) to Bose. He was keenly interested in popularizing science in the vernacular and inspired the setting up of Bangiya Bijnan Parishad which started the publishing of Jnan O Bijnan (Knowledge and Science) a popular science magazine in Bangla.