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  • Sampriti Bhattacharyya has developed underwater drones that could help in rescue missions and explorations, as well as prevent radiation leakage under the sea.

  • What are the biases that shape people’s judgments and decisions about use of energy and water? Shahzeen Z. Attari of Indiana University explores this topic in her research.

  • Harini Suresh, a Ph.D. student at MIT CSAIL, studies how to make machine learning algorithms more understandable and less biased.

  • Companies like Bihar-based Husk Power Systems are shifting base to Fort Collins for its access to world-class talent, capital and a network linking companies to cutting-edge energy research and development.

  • Gladys West recorded satellite locations and performed complex mathematical calculations that led to a precise system of pinpointing geographical positions.

  • Online learning companies like Coursera are helping increase access to university education for India’s growing student population. 

  • Ethereal Machines, a Bengaluru-based start-up, has created a compact and affordable 5D printer that combines additive and subtractive manufacturing. 

  • Fulbrighter Ganesh Balasubramanian’s SkillTrain provides technology-enabled vocational training on various skills to rural school dropouts and urban youth.

  • Greenway Grameen Infra provides rural Indians groundbreaking solutions for clean cooking.

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

  • 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.

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

  • 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.

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

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