Supported by The Mittal Institute and Tata Trusts, Project Prakash serves children with curable blindness from disadvantaged backgrounds . Sanjay Kumar, India Director of the Mittal Institute, and Saba Kohli Dave, Program Coordinator at the Mittal Institute Delhi office, met with the founder of Project Prakash, Dr. Pawan Sinha.
Fake, substandard, and otherwise compromised medicines are a deadly problem in South Asia and globally. Dr. Muhammad Zaman, visiting faculty at SAI, is working to develop a low-cost, portable and fast way to measure a drug’s purity.
SAI recently ran a 2-week course in Bangalore which introduced 25 Indian undergraduate and graduate students to the excitement of brain science.
During their time at Harvard and Boston area, Fellows will be connected with faculty across Harvard and other academic institutions in the Boston area as relevant to each Fellow’s area of research. Deadline: Aug. 15, 2016.
On Monday, August 17, SAI launched the Kumbh Mela: Mapping the Ephemeral Megacity book and exhibition in Delhi with Shri Akhilesh Yadav, Honorable Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, and Harvard faculty.
Fifteen universities in South Asia participated in the interactive session about the importance of studying neuroscience at SAI’s second webinar of the semester on Friday, March 14 with Professor Venkatesh Murthy, Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology at Harvard.
On Thursday, February 27, SAI hosted its first webinar of the semester, titled ‘Societal Grand Challenges and the role of Engineering Education in the 21st Century’ with Professor Narayanamurti of SEAS and HKS, who described engineering as “the ultimate liberal art” because of its role as a linking discipline.
Is the perceived space race between India and China a reality, or just rhetoric? Read what Jaganath Sankaran of Harvardf Kennedy School and Bharath Gopalaswamy, of the South Asia Center, Atlantic Council think.
In a Q+A, Ishani Premaratne, Harvard College ‘15 talks about GrowLanka, which has developed a mobile job alert system to give employers a direct line of access to job seekers, and empower women through employment.
With the help of SAI, The Medical Innovation for Low-Resource Global Markets program has become a successful program for both Harvard students and the South Asia region. Conor Walsh, Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering, helped start the...
This summer, 25 highly talented students from across India have been chosen following a highly competitive selection process to participate in a two-week immersion workshop that will allow them to explore some of the most exciting research topics in neuroscience.