Six Indian Americans win 2023 Guggenheim Fellowships

Six Indian Americans are among a diverse group of 171 scientists, writers, scholars, and artists across 48 fields who have been chosen out of almost 2,500 applicants for the 2023 Guggenheim Fellowships. Scholars Animashree Anandkumar, Venkatesan Guruswami, Abraham Verghese, Projit Bihari Mukharji, Prineha Narang and Leela Prasad (South & Southeast Asian Studies) were selected on the basis of prior achievement and exceptional promise.

Indian PhD student, 28, stabbed in Australia; consular help to provide kin with visa

The Indian mission in Australia is providing consular assistance to a 28-year-old student from Agra who was stabbed multiple times in Sydney and is in “serious but stable” condition after undergoing surgery at a local hospital. The 28-year-old student, pursuing his doctorate in Mechanical engineering from the University of NSW, was reportedly stabbed multiple times in Sydney’s Artamon by 27-year-old Daniel Norwood.

 IIT Madras to collaborate with US-based medical company for research

indica News Bureau-   To research on point-of-care medical device development, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT-M) is going to collaborate with Ricovr Inc. US-based oral diagnostics medical device company, announced the institute on Friday, December 20. Ricovr is currently working on building a cutting-edge medical device for point-of-care testing using saliva. This collaboration with […]