Ecovia and Dharaksha Ecosolutions offer sustainable alternatives to plastic packaging for the e-commerce industry.
As summer temperatures rise, EESL’s super-efficient air conditioning program aims to encourage energy-efficient cooling.
Decades ago, international collaboration reinvented India’s relationship to food production. Today, the country's agricultural transformation continues to impact how the world produces its food.
Three recent discoveries are advancing the growing field of biotechnology and transforming the future of medicine.
The lens of the James Webb Space Telescope offers a rare glimpse of the universe in all its glory. Learn how this helps scientists.
The Good Food Institute India works with innovators and market leaders to create plant-based meat alternatives for sustainable eating habits.
Angirus uses waste to create a low emission and ecofriendly alternative to traditional clay bricks.
The World Food Prize recognizes and encourages innovations to increase the quality, quantity or availability of food in the world.
Leonite Labs’ high-efficiency lithium batteries power electric vehicles in a market that is rapidly expanding to accommodate efficient alternatives.
Emote Electric offers an effective and ecologically safe alternative to petrol-run bikes.
Boeing’s F/A-18 Super Hornet is an innovative military asset, a global pop culture icon, and has ties to both the United States and India.
Researchers explore the relationship between heat stress and carbon emissions, and why heat waves are felt strongly in urban areas.
Virtual English Language Fellows teach climate change activists and students to communicate even more effectively.
What's the difference between carbon capture and carbon removal? Learn more about both emerging technologies here.
On July 4, 1776, America's Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence. Do you know about other events in U.S. history that fell on the Fourth?
Americans celebrate the Fourth of July to commemorate the nation's Independence Day. Learn more about the traditions of fireworks and live music here.
Renowned chefs push their boundaries to create traditional Indian dishes with American ingredients.
U.S. scientists are developing new approaches to reduce desertification and in some cases return harmed land to its earlier fertile condition.
Ingredients imported from the United States inspire Indian chefs to create new variations of traditional dishes.
Learn more about the U.S. special envoy to advance the human rights of LGBTQI+ persons.
During World War II, the United States lost hundreds of aircraft over the “Hump” route in the eastern Himalayas. The United States and India have worked together to conduct recovery missions to bring the missing servicemen home and have reiterated their commitment to these important missions.
The Academy for Women Entrepreneurs has helped Tage Rita and many other businesswomen succeed.
Learn about some of the most pressing challenges to ocean health and what you can do to help.
Food waste is harsh on the environment and worsens world hunger. But activists and organizations are now recycling "rejected" produce to feed hungry communities.
Americans will fire up their barbecue grills for the Fourth of July. But what they eat depends on where they live. Learn how those regional styles formed.
Chicago, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh and New York have turned their story around over decades by reigning in air pollution with the help of government initiatives and new technology.
Memorial Day is a day when Americans reflect on the sacrifice of those who have given their lives in military service.
Since passing the Endangered Species Act in 1973, the United States has helped save nearly extinct creatures. Meet six of them here.
From Puerto Rico to Alaska, there are a number of rainforests located within the United States. Learn more about them here.
Earth Day is on April 22. Spend the day thinking about how you can reduce your carbon footprint and support our planet.
Stand out by creating a strong application that showcases your abilities and brings out your personality.
The right type of American degree can unlock amazing opportunities for Indian students. Here’s how to choose which level of study is best for you.
With the right planning and research, the journey to a U.S. degree can be a rewarding experience.
The high quality of education, flexibility in curriculum and networking opportunities make U.S. higher education a unique value proposition.
Applying for your student visa to study in the United States can seem overwhelming. In this article, U.S. consular officers provide straightforward guidance on the process.
Smart preparation can help Indian students smoothly navigate the port of entry procedures on arrival at U.S. airports.
Refer to this frequently asked questions guide as you are getting ready to apply for your student visa.
Read these tips from U.S. university officials and Indian alumni on how prospective students can find the right university to meet their needs and help them succeed.
Every year, the United States opens its doors to international students from around the world. For students, it’s important to be mindful of the requirements to maintain legal status while studying in the United States.
Cutting-edge programs, cross-cultural exposure and networking opportunities at U.S. universities help students set the stage for a global career.
Graduate-level study at a U.S. university is not just about coursework and research, it's also about new experiences and discovering yourself.
Universities and students adapt to difficult circumstances as safety measures, social distancing and travel restrictions affect traditional university enrollment systems.
Choosing a major is a great opportunity to explore, self-reflect and ultimately, to enjoy the start of a pivotal process.
Student organizations create a diverse campus and help build life-long memories and relationships. Indian Student Associations are one way both Indian and American students merge culture and student life on campus.
Strategic planning, unforeseen challenges and, ultimately, invaluable experiences on the pathway to studying in the United States.
Films, poems, songs and stories from 1926 are free for all to enjoy. Learn how U.S. copyright law protects creators and promotes creativity.
Meet six Black women who have written, edited or produced some of America's best literary work of the past 40 years.
WomenConnect Challenge India expands business opportunities for women and empowers them to uplift themselves and their communities.
Culturally and historically significant locations are eligible for federal funding as National Historic Landmark sites. Learn more about the designation.
The festival of Holi is catching on in the United States, and dance plays a large role, introducing Americans to an important part of Indian culture.
Young leaders spark change, lift up vulnerable communities and build a future where all voices matter.
The U.S.-India Alliance for Women’s Economic Empowerment is helping drive the economic recovery of women workers and entrepreneurs impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
What is now known as Black History Month was initiatedd in 1926 by Black historian Carter G. Woodson. Learn more about this observance.
What rights do international students have? The right to free speech lets every student in the U.S. ask big questions in and out of the classroom.
The United States champions diversity among members of its diplomatic corps to have a full representation of American life abroad.
The U.S. supports a free and open Indo-Pacific and works to improve prosperity, fight climate change and support democracy in the region.
The Internet Saathi initiative teaches rural women to use and benefit from the Internet.
Few foreign visitors to the United States have attracted greater public attention than Prime Minister Nehru who paid his fourth visit to that country in November 1961, accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Indira Gandhi.
Eradication of the disease in India would be a huge step toward ending it everywhere.
Only 12 years after Indians won their freedom with nonviolent protests, noncooperation and boycott, African Americans were using the same tactics to overturn unjust laws.
President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh concluded a landmark agreement on March 2, 2006, that would place India’s civilian nuclear program under international safeguards and enable full civilian nuclear cooperation with the United States.
Prime Minister Singh and President Bush characterized the agreements and initiatives they finalized during the President’s March 2006 state visit to India as “historic."
Indian American Kalpana Chawla was part of the international crew aboard the U.S. Space Shuttle Columbia Flight STS-87 who completed a successful mission last December. While Earth-bound humans were embroiled in politics and other quirks of the third planet from the Sun, the six-member crew space-walked, manipulated remote control devices and orbited millions of miles performing experiments.
Among the celebrations for the 40th anniversary of the Fulbright program in India is the release of a commemorative publication incorporating reminiscences of a number of Indian participants. SPAN presents excerpts.
At Kanpur’s Indian Institute of Technology 200 students use the Computer Centre every day for training, course projects and research.
Meet two U.S.-created companies that make a global difference, earning the 2021 Secretary of State's Award for Corporate Excellence.
A look at student life in the United States, in the 1960s and 1980s.
U.S. and Indian navies, armies and air forces have improved their interoperability through military exercises and joint training.
Prerana protects women and children from the threats of human trafficking by defending their rights, supporting their education and health, and leading advocacy efforts.
Who you are and whom you love is not a justification for discrimination, harassment, and inequitable access to opportunities and resources.
A vibrant international partnership expanding English language capacity supports the rights of women, transgender people, and the disabled across India.
Too Young to Wed uses photography to highlight the harrowing impact of child marriage on young girls globally.
An international partnership between Theater Alliance, Story Center and Shakti Vahini transforms the powerful stories of human trafficking survivors into agency and tools for change.
Safecity encourages individuals and communities to report violations on its digital platform, to make the world a safer place for all.
What do you need more than anything? Often, a simple question can lead to grand ideas fueling gender empowerment, agency and opportunities.
Through skillful use of media, arts and technology, Breakthrough is working to change a culture and demonstrate the value of women and girls.
Fulbright-Nehru Scholar Manjula Bharathy’s work captures the complexity of emotion entangled in identity and the journey toward achieving equitable opportunities.
Savhera, a natural wellness company and social enterprise, offers employment opportunities to victims of sex trafficking.
Shakti Vahini, a nonprofit based in New Delhi, has helped protect thousands of children from exploitation and human trafficking risks.
The annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices cover internationally recognized individual, civil, political and worker rights.
Research shows that interactive games increase student motivation to pay attention and learn more effectively.
Khethworks builds reliable, solar-powered irrigation systems that enable small-plot farmers to cultivate their land throughout the year and generate more income.
Fulbright-Nehru fellow Lauren Week researched the different aspects of mentorship and its potential influence on India’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Historic sites, such as those from the LGBTQIA+ rights movement, embody the past and serve as a critical context for visitors to understand the efforts, clashes and advances over time.
A government that looks like America is a Biden administration priority—and data shows this is the most diverse government in America’s history.
Interactive storytelling can drive climate action by raising awareness of how the climate crisis affects everyday life.
As an academic and an Odissi performer and teacher, Kaustavi Sarkar uses the classical dance form to explore diverse ways of being and thinking.
The SelectUSA Investment Summit connects Indian business innovators with international investors and priceless opportunities.
LanzaTech’s technology recycles waste carbon into useful products, helping mitigate greenhouse gases and promoting energy security.
The REVIVE Alliance is facilitating the economic recovery of small business owners and workers in the informal sector, whose livelihoods are impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Futuristic hardware and user-friendly software motivate young students to explore robotics and artificial intelligence.
Northern Arc Capital, led by Kshama Fernandes, provides financial access to underserved households and businesses across India.
Women entrepreneurs in North India benefit through a variety of U.S. Embassy-supported initiatives.
A hybrid-style boot camp led by U.S. Consulate General Kolkata helped women entrepreneurs tap their innovative spirit and grow their businesses.
Vaccines against infectious diseases save millions of lives. See how U.S. innovators are contributing to global efforts to stop COVID-19 and other diseases.
Megacities such as Delhi, Chennai, Karachi, Madrid, and Istanbul are already experiencing an extremely high risk of droughts, and many other regions could follow suit over the next few years.
Hardika Shah’s Kinara Capital supports underserved small businesses, including women entrepreneurs, through collateral-free business loans.
Purnima Khandelwal’s INI Farms has connected over 5,000 small-scale Indian farms with food retailers around the world through an innovative “farm to fork” model.
Research supports the idea that empowering women benefits everyone. A 2016 report by the McKinsey Global Institute stated that if every country could enhance the number of women in business leadership, the world could generate trillions of dollars in higher income.
Women play a central role in farming in West Bengal, but are often marginalized. Technical training and greater access to land have helped them improve yields, build skills, and promote gender equality in their communities.
Vijit Chahar, a legal and business expert in the United States and India, outlines how start-ups can navigate American markets.
Rina Banerjee draws on her personal history as an immigrant for her artistic work, which focuses on ethnicity, race, migration and diasporic histories.
A teacher and cultural ambassador, Pooja Ranade helps to build bridges and forge long-lasting relationships during her Fulbright fellowship in the United States.
An Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report details how extreme fires, heat and flooding are in our future unless we act now.
WE Hub fosters women entrepreneurship via incubation, access to government resources, and the creation of a global collaborative network for women-led enterprises to thrive.
Through investments and loans in key sectors like infrastructure, agriculture and technology, the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation is helping propel growth and create jobs in India.
Mumbai-based Aakar produces affordable and ecofriendly solutions to increase access to menstrual hygiene products.
The U.S. State Department’s Academy for Women Entrepreneurs program trained women entrepreneurs in Northeast India to grow their ventures, raise capital and network with fellow business owners.
USAID and DFC’s loan program to finance rooftop solar in India will expand access to reliable sources of clean and affordable power.
A USAID-funded project is using artificial intelligence to help India overcome some of the biggest problems in eliminating tuberculosis.
Seek assistance from an EducationUSA advising center and the international student adviser at your chosen university while planning your journey to the United States.
Students in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and Odisha can access accurate, comprehensive and current information about opportunities to study at U.S. universities through the newest EducationUSA center in India, at the Y-Axis Foundation.
Optional Practical Training offers temporary employment for international students in the United States to work in their area of study.
With the right planning and research, students can access a range of financial assistance options to make their U.S. higher education affordable.
Indians represent a vital population of international students in the United States and bring critical and diverse perspectives to their institutions.
Through education, advocacy and support U.S. universities strive to create inclusive campuses for LGBTQIA+ students.
Georgetown University’s Global Human Development Program embraces diverse backgrounds, experiences, identities and viewpoints to prepare students to work on real-world development issues
Maria T. Madison is the Associate Dean for Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University. Photograph courtesy Brandeis University
Tips on how to find the right higher education institution or program.
Tips from admissions officials on how to craft a compelling application package.
Indian companies looking to invest in the United States have an ally at their side: SelectUSA.
Smart Power for Advancing Reliability and Connectivity (SPARC) is helping increase the efficiency and reliability of India’s power grid, promote clean energy use, and combat the climate crisis.
The U.S. government-supported clinics in Hyderabad and Imphal provide the transgender community access to medical and psychosocial services in a stigma-free environment.
Safeguarding the rights of LGBTQI+ people in the U.S. is part of a tradition of ensuring minority rights that is entwined with U.S. history.
Juneteenth every year commemorates contributions and resilience of the United States' Black Americans.
Sustainable bamboo fiber products created by Bio Craft Innovation, a Nexus-trained start-up, help reduce the use of single-use plastic.
Graduate programs at U.S. universities address the necessity to establish a workforce that will be equipped to work on combating climate change.
A project funded by USAID / India promotes climate-smart agricultural practices and technologies to build a sustainable food production system.
Fulbright-Kalam Climate Fellow Afreen Hussain assesses the impact of climate change and human disturbances on coral reefs to assist in the conservation of this highly vulnerable ecosystem.
The strategic partnership between India and the United States can drive urgent progress in this critical decade for climate action.
Jonathan Safran Foer and Jeffrey Gettleman discuss how daily actions can make an impact in the efforts to combat climate change.
With support from the U.S. Department of State, Swechha harnesses technology, inspires individuals and advocates for environmental change across India.
Reducing food wastage can help conserve resources and the environment.
Cities need to implement adaptive strategies that are responsive to local circumstances to mitigate the climate crisis.
Canfem, a Nexus-trained social enterprise, helps breast cancer survivors through tailored products and support services.
USAID’s Engendering Utilities program works with organizations in male-dominated industries to increase employment opportunities for women and improve gender equality in the workplace.
Fulbright-Nehru Fellow Meena Pillai explores how the growth of digital communications empowers activists to work for women’s rights.
Renkube, a Bengaluru-based start-up, has developed a mechanism which can increase the efficiency of solar panels by redirection of sunlight and contribute to lowering of carbon footprints.
Fulbright-Nehru Fellow Dr. Sonja Klinsky works on building analytic capacity to enable climate action in ways that also address human development needs.
The United States and India have steadily increased cooperation among our defense and security forces through information sharing; defense planning, exercises, and exchanges; defense industrial cooperation; and counterterrorism and law enforcement activities.
Progress in U.S.-India energy cooperation has boosted our economies and contributed benefits ranging from electrifying factories and powering the transport of agricultural products to improving the comfort and safety of our homes.
Bilateral cooperation between the United States and India in health and biomedical innovation has had impressive results, but it holds the promise of even better outcomes and further innovations in the years to come.
Strong people-to-people ties between the United States and India date back over 200 years, to the earliest days of the United States and well before India’s independence.
The importance of our shared leadership will only grow in the coming decades as we work together to address opportunities such as artificial intelligence and space exploration, and challenges such as ensuring clean air, providing access to clean water, and protecting wildlife.
At the third annual U.S.-India 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue, the United States and India discussed a collaborative path toward security and prosperity.
Business collaborations with the United States, which include sharing of best practices and expertise, have helped India transform into a force to be reckoned with in the global economy.
Air pollution in India is a severe and persistent problem that affects the health of millions. But an innovative new partnership shows signs of addressing this massive issue through raising awareness of air quality at the local level.
NISAR, a joint Earth-observing mission between NASA and ISRO, aims to measure changes in our planet's surface and study natural hazards and global environmental change.
USAID India’s Greening the Grid program aims to integrate large-scale, variable renewable energy into India's existing power grid.
Indian farmers can navigate weather-related risks by getting early warnings from automated weather stations, set up through a partnership between USAID India and Skymet Weather Services.
Forest-PLUS, launched by USAID and the Government of India, aims to improve the management of forests to combat climate change, conserve biodiversity and enhance livelihood benefits.
An international collaboration between virologists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and vaccine companies FluGen and Bharat Biotech has started the testing of CoroFlu, a potential vaccine against COVID-19.
Clinical researchers work on the prevention and treatment of infectious diseases and bring the latest scientific breakthroughs from the lab to the real world.
U.S. universities are witnessing a growing interest in public health degrees, which prepare students for diverse professional and research careers.
Epidemiology degree programs prepare students for careers pursuing vital research in diverse fields ranging from public health to artificial intelligence programs.
A degree in health communication prepares students for careers in diverse sectors, helps them drive positive social change and counter misinformation.
If you have interest in medicine and science, and have a penchant for analysis, a degree in medical laboratory science might be a good fit for you.
Partnership 2020 promotes higher education cooperation between the United States and India through research collaborations and aims to create tangible economic impact.
Students of the University of Minnesota School of Public Health’s India programs travel to West Bengal and Karnataka to research and gain knowledge of global public health topics.
In these unprecedented times, a deep and abiding commitment to teach the next generation of global leaders at U.S. universities will endure.
U.S. universities stepped up to support their international students during the coronavirus pandemic.
International students will have to navigate new territory in a world defined by public health concerns, social distancing and disruptions.
Stanford King Center on Global Development's David Lobell and Soledad Artiz Prillaman focus their research on improving food security in India and on understanding the inequities around Indian women's political participation.
Fulbright-Nehru Academic and Professional Excellence fellow Harjant Gill aims to deconstruct the concept of masculinity in India through his films.
During holiday breaks, students should focus on building their profiles in order to become strong candidates to get admission in a U.S. university of their choice.
A look at some key factors parents should consider when helping their children take admission-related decisions.
University of Utah graduate Akash Agarwal’s New Leaf Dynamic Technologies offers GreenCHILL, an off-grid refrigeration system for farmers in rural and remote locations in India.
Water Matters, a collaborative project between the U.S. Consulate General Chennai, the Smithsonian Institution and Care Earth Trust, explores challenges and opportunities related to sustainable water management in South India and worldwide.
U.S. State Department’s and Film Independent’s Global Media Makers exchange program connects Indian film professionals with U.S. experts.
LetsEndorse offers a collaborative ecosystem to social innovators and connects them with other stakeholders to benefit communities.
AIRSWEEE participant Kshama Hastak’s Sarthak Foundation provides free-of-cost education to children from economically disadvantaged sections of society.
IVLP alumnus Mathew Jose’s multifaceted waste management enterprise Paperman moves India toward greater sustainability.
The innovative Bhungroo irrigation system, developed by Fulbright Scholar Trupti Jain’s social enterprise, helps farmers prosper in the face of climate change.
Fulbright-Nehru fellow Alan Johnson talks about his connection to India, his fascination with the country’s literature and the importance of exchanges like the Fulbright program.
Millennium Alliance awardee Coeo Labs offers solutions to prevent deaths due to infant respiratory distress syndrome and ventilator-associated pneumonia in low-resource settings in India
Saral Designs, which promotes menstrual hygiene in under-served areas through innovative technology and distribution models, modified its pad-making machines to make surgical masks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nexus Incubator-trained BoomNBuzz’s portable, renewable energy-powered health platform provides diagnosis and health screening in rural India.
Researchers in the United States and India collaborate to create an innovative device to help treat tuberculosis.
Manasi Kulkarni’s Nexus-supported start-up is developing a non-invasive device to measure blood glucose levels quickly and painlessly.
iBreastExam, developed by Indo-U.S. teams, helps make early detection of breast cancer accessible, affordable and painless.
Nexus-trained GnomikX provides saliva-based genetic testing, and counseling, for prevention and management of lifestyle disorders like diabetes, hypertension and obesity.
Fulbright-Nehru Student Researcher Kayla Huemer's project focused on developing a low-cost solution to identify patients at highest risk of developing diabetic foot ulcers.
U.S. Health Attaché to India Dr. Preetha Rajaraman talks about U.S.-India partnerships on health innovations to address some of the biggest health-related challenges of today’s world.
Project ECHO, started by Albuquerque-based Dr. Sanjeev Arora, combines technology, mentoring and medical expertise to increase health care access for underserved communities in India.
Millennium Alliance awardee Aindra Systems’ CervAstra utilizes artificial intelligence to provide smart, fast and affordable screening for cervical cancer.
Fulbright-Nehru Student Researcher Hannah Lider focused on defining the challenges of current hemoglobin measuring devices and designing a data storage bangle for effective antenatal care in India’s rural areas.
USAID-funded Project Samvad communicates best practices related to health and nutrition through videos and other digital tools.
Fulbright-Nehru Academic and Professional Excellence Fellow Dr. Ajay Joshi shared the intricacies of Indian theater with students and other community members in the United States.
Lakshmi Ramaswamy shares her experience as a Fulbright Arts Fellow and how that has influenced her practice and management of the art of bharatanatyam.
Sabu Thomas, a participant in the 2017 Fulbright-Nehru International Education Administrators Seminar, works on using nanotechnology to develop useful products in diverse sectors.
Fulbright-Kalam Climate Fellow Tamanna Subba explores the links between aerosols, air pollution and climate change, to build a better understanding of the Indian summer monsoon.
Pramod Deshmukh, part of the 2010-11 Fulbright-Nehru Environmental Leadership Program, develops water conservation projects in rural India.
The Fulbright-Nehru program opens doors to once-in-a-lifetime global educational opportunities.
American artist Augustina Droze created socially meaningful artworks and murals in India, during her Fulbright-Nehru Fellowship.
Isaac Kehimkar, known as India’s Butterfly Man, talks about his work and his takeaways from studying American NGO’s as part of his 2006 Fulbright Fellowship.
Through Fulbright Fellowships, Jeff Roy explores the artistic expression and identity politics of Mumbai’s LGBTQ communities.
Payton MacDonald connects Indian classical music with Western musical traditions.
Filmmaker Anandana Kapur’s interactive mobile documentary app helps create conversations around women’s rights.
Hydrotec Solutions’ solar-powered water purification system provides communities with 24/7 safe drinking water on a pay-per-use basis.
Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow Vyjayanthi Sankar’s Centre for Science of Student Learning aims to build capacity for high-quality assessments and research.
Nexus-trained Gitanjali Banerjee’s start-up, Femtech Fertility Dost, provides women and couples a platform to talk about fertility-related problems and preventive solutions.
LIFAFFA partners with ragpickers to convert plastic waste into a leather-like material and create upcycled products.
Nexus-trained CogniABle integrates technology and clinical expertise to provide accessible and affordable screening as well as treatment solutions for neuro-developmental disorders like autism.
Nexus-trained Schillings Air offers products and services to eliminate air pollutants, reduce cost and help monitor clean air.
Sahar Mansoor’s start-up, Bare Necessities, offers personal and home care products that are ecofriendly and use biodegradable packaging.
Nexus-trained bioQ redesigns daily-use products to create ecofriendly options.
From rare cars to freedom rides, modular houses to microprocessors, the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation offers exhibits that showcase incredible examples of ingenuity and creativity.
Learn about the history, art, creativity and technology of American music at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.
The New Americans Museum in San Diego presents and preserves the stories of diverse immigrant experiences.
Living history museums offer an interactive way to learn about the past and bring history to life.
The American Writers Museum celebrates writers and inspires people to engage in reading and writing through innovative and interactive exhibits.
Visit the Smithsonian American Art Museum and witness centuries of dreams, challenges and creativity in the United States.
The National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame in Kansas educates visitors about the historical and present value of agriculture in the United States.
The All India Museum Summit 2019 provided American and Indian experts a platform to share ideas and best practices for museum modernization.
The Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle offers a glimpse of some of the biggest cultural icons and phenomena.
Fulbright-Nehru Doctoral Research Fellow Anugyan Nag explores the connections between movie dances in Bollywood and Hollywood.
The National Civil Rights Museum in Tennessee presents key episodes of the American Civil Rights Movement and examines today’s global human rights issues.
With international governments and private companies focusing on space explorations and increasing efficiencies, a degree in aerospace engineering has become quite sought-after.
Earn a degree in architectural engineering and help buildings stand tall for decades to come.
The discipline of psychology is wide and varied, and so are the career opportunities.
U.S higher education offers a unique value proposition and grooms students to address challenges faced by their communities, countries and the world.
Sociology students seek to understand how society works, and are equipped to enter a wide range of professional fields.
What's a holiday everyone can celebrate? In the U.S., one is Independence Day, celebrated each July 4th complete with food and fireworks.
Varun Soni, dean of religious life at the University of Southern California, shares his experience of studying and teaching religion in the United States.
Alumni interviews are an important part of the U.S. university admissions process and help find the right candidate for an institution.
American students experience Indian culture through its languages.
Despite their size, the impact of a small liberal arts college experience can often be everlasting.
Students planning to pursue higher studies in the United States should keep a few key factors in mind while picking a major.
With the rapid growth of Internet of Things, the demand for statistical science graduates has been increasing steadily.
Harvard University student Kavya Kopparapu works at the intersection of medicine and technology to innovate life-saving solutions.
Shreya Das, a story scholar at IIT Kharagpur, participated in the Fulbright fellowship to teach Bangla to students of Indiana University Bloomington.
Want to create the high-tech machines of the future? A degree in robotics engineering might be a good fit for you.
Arts management programs equip students to apply business administration techniques and processes to the world of art.
The U.S. Embassy in New Delhi’s program on gender equality, in collaboration with WISCOMP, aims to make the education sector in India more equitable.
U.S. universities expect students to work with honesty and integrity, and avoid all forms of academic dishonesty.
A guide for prospective students on how they can get the most out of U.S. university fairs.
A multi-institutional team led by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has demonstrated that sugarcane can be genetically enhanced to increase the amount of oil in its leaves and stems for biodiesel production.
Kriya Labs, a New Delhi-based start-up, transforms agricultural waste into a valuable resource to make paper and biodegradable products.
Graviky Labs transforms harmful pollution particles into tools for artists.
Fulbright-Nehru Fellow Joshua Apte’s research group at The University of Texas at Austin is part of a collaborative effort to understand the relationships between urban air pollutant emissions, population exposure and human health.
Adarsh Shukla's Photolite surface enhancement coating helps curb air pollution using visible light.
The water wing technology designed by Brown University engineers represents a new frontier in renewable energy.
Shreya Dave’s Via Separations could eliminate up to 90 percent of the energy used in industrial processes to separate chemicals for the food and beverage industry.
American water technology company Xylem works to mitigate pollution to provide safe drinking water and ensure its sustainable use.
Bengaluru-based Simpa Networks sells solar-as-a-service to energy-poor households and micro-enterprises in rural India.
HelpUsGreen creates a range of products made from reprocessed floral and agro-waste, including an ecofriendly substitute for thermocol.
American start-up Promethean Power Systems offers novel thermal energy-based rapid chilling solutions to dairy farmers in India.
Fulbright-Nehru research scholar Alexander O’Neill has worked to support environmental conservation efforts in India.
Jasmeet Kaur’s Nexus-incubated start-up designs and creates effective waste management solutions.
Fulbright-Nehru Fellow Uma Ramakrishnan works to conserve the tiger population in India using population genetics.
Science writer Nandita Jayaraj shares her experience of participating in the U.S. State Department’s IVLP project on advancing women in STEAM fields.
Vinita Sud Belani’s theater company, EnActe Arts, works to increase representation of South Asians in theater.
Preeti Vasudevan helps build a cultural bridge between India and the United States using traditional and contemporary styles of performing arts.
Award-winning writer Vijay Seshadri discusses the writing process, and the mysteries inherent in crafting world-renowned poetry.
Sampriti Bhattacharyya has developed underwater drones that could help in rescue missions and explorations, as well as prevent radiation leakage under the sea.
Lagnajita Mukhopadhyay, Nashville’s first Youth Poet Laureate, talks about her journey, the future of poetry and the power of narration.
The National Park Service preserves hundreds of natural and historical wonders of the United States for generations to come.
Congaree National Park in South Carolina protects the largest intact expanse of old-growth bottomland hardwood forest remaining in the United States.
Canyonlands National Park in Utah offers some of the United States’ most stunning and varied natural sites.
Visitors experience rich marine beauty and human history at Florida’s Biscayne National Park.
From Florida to Alaska, park rangers help visitors enjoy the amazing U.S. national parks.
Indian American astrophysicist Madhulika Guhathakurta talks about her interest in astrophysics and her incredible body of work at NASA.
American cuisine reflects the nation’s diversity and the influence of immigrant groups.
The mother-daughter duo of Anita Jaisinghani and Ajna Jai is taking Indian food mainstream for American audiences through their Pondicheri restaurants.
Honor history and equality with a trip to the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site.