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  • Researchers in the United States and India collaborate to create an innovative device to help treat tuberculosis.

  • 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.

  • Fulbright-Nehru Postdoctoral Research Fellow Vikram Vishal worked on an assessment of shale gas potential in select Indian reservoirs through his fellowship.  

  • Ann Devereaux, a flight system engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, talks about the missions to the Moon and Mars, and avenues for U.S.-India collaborations.

  • Fulbright-Nehru Research Scholar Daniel Phillips moved from Los Angeles to Bengaluru for a year to study city ecology and urban infrastructure.

  • 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.

  • The U.S. has some of the most beautiful college campuses in the world. And many of these are going green! Check out some of the colleges which are embracing sustainability inside and outside their campuses.

  • Fulbright-Nehru Master’s Fellow Abhilasha Purwar is using data and artificial intelligence to fight against air pollution.

  • Harvard University student Kavya Kopparapu works at the intersection of medicine and technology to innovate life-saving solutions.

  • Indian American teenager Mahum Siddiqi and her team have developed a device to reliably measure the pain experienced by patients.

  • IVLP alumna Astha Gupta talks about her learnings from the exchange program and how they can help support her work in India.

  • Vinod Vaikuntanathan aims to improve encryption in a world with growing applications and evolving adversaries.

  • 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.

  • Joshua Apte’s research group at The University of Texas  is part of a collaborative effort to understand the relationships between urban air pollutant emissions, population exposure and human health.

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