Bangladesh Academy of Sciences
|Headquarters||Agargaon, Dhaka, Bangladesh|
Bangladesh Academy of Sciences is an academic forum for Bangladeshi scientists and technologists. Established in 1973, it aims to fulfill the role of promoting research and development of sciences in Bangladesh.
After the partition of Indian subcontinent, the Pakistan Academy of Sciences was established in 1953. After the liberation of Bangladesh, 12 Bangladeshi fellows (the then East Pakistani) of the academy formed the Bangladesh Academy of Sciences in 1973. Muhammad Qudrat-i-Khuda served the founding president role until 1976.
- Muhammad Qudrat-i-Khuda (1973–1976)
- M Osman Ghani (1976–1988)
- S.D. Chaudhuri
- M. Shamsher Ali (2004–2012)
- Mesbahuddin Ahmad (2012–2015)
- Aminul Islam (2016–2017)
List of the academy fellows.
- Muhammad Qudrat-i-Khuda
- Syed Hedayetullah
- Qazi Motahar Hossain
- M Osman Ghani
- Mafizuddin Ahmed
- M Innas Ali
- Kamaluddin Ahmad
- Nurul Islam (physician)
- S.D. Chaudhuri
- M. Rezwan Khan
- Mesbahuddin Ahmed
- M. Salimullah
- H.K.M. Yusuf
- Mohammad. Ali Asgar
- Expatriate Fellow
- Foreign Fellow
Academy Gold Medal Awards
The academy awards prizes in senior and junior categories annually to scientists and technologists of Bangladesh in the field of physical sciences (engineering and technology) and biological sciences (agriculture and medicine).
|1982||S. Z. Haider||S. M. Mujibur Rahman|
|1984||M. Shamsher Ali|
|1985||Jamal Nazrul Islam|
|1986||Syed Safiullah||M. Salimullah|
|1988||K. M. A. Malik||Saiful Islam|
|1990||M. Shamsher Ali
Md. Wahhaj Uddin
|1993||Amir Hossain Khan||M. Salahuddin Khan|
|1998||Shariff Enamul Kabir||A. S. Md. Abdul Haseeb |
Golam Mohammed Bhuiyan
|2002||M. Salimullah||Junaid Amin As-Salek|
|2003||Arun Kumar Basak||Md. Saidur Rahman|
|2004||Mohammad Kaykobad||A A Mamun|
|2005||M. Rezwan Khan||Md. Arshad Momen|
|2006||A K M Azharul Islam|
|2007||M. M. Shahidul Hassan||Tanvir Noor Baig|
|2009||Md. Tofazzal Hossain Tarafder||Md. Idrish Miah|
Mubarak Ahmad Khan
|Md. Shuza Uddin|
|2011||A A Mamun||Mohammad Abul Hasnat|
|1984||F. Z. Majid||Khurshid Jahan|
|1985||Mir Mosharraf Hossain||S. N. I. Md. Salehuzzaman|
|1986||Aminul Islam||S. A. M. Khairul Bashar|
|1988||S. M. Hasanuzzaman||Md. Abdus Sattar|
|1990||Mahmud-ul-Ameen||Lutfur Rahman Khan|
|1993||M. R. Choudhury||AKM Nurul Islam|
|2002||Md. Abdul Faiz|
|2003||S.M. Imamul Huq||Md. Mukhlesur Rahman Khan|
|2004||Md. Rafiqul Islam||Md. Anwarul Azim Akhand|
|2005||Firdausi Qadri||Ali Azam Talukder|
|2006||Chudhury Mahmood Hasan||Md. Ekramul Hoque|
|2007||Muniruddin Ahmed||Md. Siddiqur Rahman|
|2009||M. Jahiruddin||Abdullah Harun Chowdhury|
|2011||Md. Sirajul Islam||Md. Tofazzal Islam|
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- "In memoriam: Professor Kamaluddin Ahmad (1921–2004)". Food and Nutrition Bulletin. 26 (1). 2005.
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- "Nutrition & Biochemical Sciences for the Benefit of Mankind". International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh. 20 April 2011.
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