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During pandemic, India and US played critical role in supporting each other: Ambassador Sandhu

May 29, 2022

Over the last two years, there has been a tremendous challenge due to the disruption in global supply chains and like the US, India has also been affected, he said in his address to the Indiana Economic Summit in Indianapolis.

During pandemic, India and US played critical role in supporting each other: Ambassador Sandhu

Purdue HHS research labs elevate discovery for Overseas Visiting Doctoral Fellows

March 31, 2022

This semester, the Purdue University School of Health Sciences welcomed two doctoral students as part of the University’s Overseas Visiting Doctoral Fellowship program. Finding their fit in two College of Health and Human Sciences research labs, Fatema Currim and Karthikeyan Subbiaha Nadar Chelladurai both aim to improve human health and well-being through their research, which they will build upon during their 12 months on campus.

Purdue HHS research labs elevate discovery for Overseas Visiting Doctoral Fellows

Professor Cooks elected to Indian National Science Academy

October 8, 2021

R. Graham Cooks, Henry B. Hass Distinguished Professor of Analytical Chemistry, was elected in October 2021 as a Foreign Fellow of the Indian National Science Academy (INSA). The academy was founded in 1935 and has 900 National Fellows as well as 92 Foreign Fellows, four of whom were elected this year.

Professor Cooks elected to Indian National Science Academy

Students celebrate Holi on Slayter Hill

March 28, 2021

It's considered as one of the most revered and celebrated festivals of India and is celebrated in almost every part of the country.

Students celebrate Holi on Slayter Hill

New study ties India’s genetic diversity to language, not geography

January 25, 2021

Historically, scientists have found that geography is the biggest driver behind the genetic diversity of a population. Now, new research from Purdue University indicates that while that may be true for European countries, it is not true for all other parts of the world – especially places like India, where language and social systems have strongly affected how and where people live.

New study ties India’s genetic diversity to language, not geography

NMIMS School of Business Management (SBM) Opens Admissions For Its Dual Degree MBA Decision Science program in Collaboration with Purdue University

October 28, 2020

NMIMS School of Business Management (SBM) opened admissions to its very prestigious dual degree program - MBA in Decision Science & Analytics and MS in Business Analytics & Information Management (BAIM) in collaboration with Krannert School of Management, Purdue University, a leading public research university of USA. Admissions are open till December 14, 2020 for its Mumbai campus. With this degree, students will get an opportunity to study in two of the world's most renowned institutions. The 2 year program is split into 3 terms at SBM and 2 terms at Krannert School of Management, followed by 1 term of internship in India under a faculty guide. The thoughtfully designed program follows a research-based and industry-focused pedagogy.

NMIMS School of Business Management (SBM) Opens Admissions For Its Dual Degree MBA Decision Science program in Collaboration with Purdue University

Irrigation in India found to be increasing heat stress on people living there

October 27, 2020

A team of researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology, Purdue University and the Helmholtz Center for Environmental Research has found that increased irrigation in parts of India has led to increasing heat stress on the people who live there. In their paper published in the journal Nature Geoscience, the group describes their multi-pronged study of weather conditions in the region and what they learned about it.

Irrigation in India found to be increasing heat stress on people living there

RICH, Marut receive Purdue University’s Shah Family Global Innovation Lab’s seed grant

July 28, 2020

Hyderabad: Government of Telangana’s RICH (Research and Innovation Circle of Hyderabad), along with Marut Dronetech, a drone startup based out of Hyderabad, has received a seed grant from Purdue University’s Shah Family Global Innovation Lab for its project on “Sensor technologies for real-time monitoring of mosquito populations through heat maps in India”.

RICH, Marut receive Purdue University’s Shah Family Global Innovation Lab’s seed grant

Best Practices in U.S.-India Higher Education Partnerships

July 24, 2020

Director of Purdue's India Strategic Partnership writes about the key elements of Purdue's initiative.

Best Practices in U.S.-India Higher Education Partnerships

New wearable device can help millions with swallowing problems

December 17, 2019

Purdue scientists have developed a new wearable monitoring device that will make treatments easier and more affordable for millions of people with swallowing disorders.

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