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  • A virtual center for Indian and American biomedical researchers aims to pool research on non-communicable diseases.

  • Amol Bhave’s path to MIT began with watching OpenCourseWare lectures from his home in India. Before he was admitted to MIT, he had created his own MITx course.

  • Jeanette Epps will board the International Space Station in May 2018 as the first African American crew member. 

  • Team Astral, a team of undergraduate students from the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies in Dehradun, won the prestigious CanSat Competition 2017 in Texas.

  • Indian states have started exploring the revolutionary idea of Hyperloop travel, in collaboration with U.S. companies. 

  • In a world focusing on extended reality, Hyderabad-based Merxius is making a name for itself with its innovative products and services.

  • Can computers use artificial intelligence to create great music? Innovative start-ups like Amper Music are trying to find out.

  • Artificial intelligence and voice-user interface have the potential to revolutionize the news industry.

  • Start-ups participating in the Nexus Incubator create compelling solutions to protect the environment.

  • SkyCool Systems can revolutionize the way people cool their homes by utilizing the power of the sky.

  • Ranjan Ganguli of the Indian Institute of Science talks about his research into a variety of flight vehicles and the importance of collaborations between India and the United States.

  • Game designer Tracy Fullerton is working to break the glass ceiling that exists in the male-dominated gaming industry.

  • Fulbright-Kalam Climate Fellow Chinmoy Sarkar is focusing his postdoctoral research at the University of California, Irvine, on the causes and impact of air pollution, especially in India.

  • Mango Materials transforms harmful methane gas into biopolymers that can compete with oil-based plastics and materials like polyester.