India News

Our ever-growing research links and partnerships in India are supported by a dedicated office in the heart of New Delhi. We also host a thriving population of more than 140 Indian students, following a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses.  The news articles below give a flavour of our varied research and other activities of relevance in India.

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Birmingham – Punjab partnership aims to tackle Indian women's cancer

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Experts from the University of Birmingham today joined Indian partners to lay the foundations for a new study into women's cancers that could help to diagnose, treat and prevent the disease.
Date:
16/09/2016

Birmingham – Punjab partnership aims to tackle Indian women's cancer

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Experts from the University of Birmingham today joined Indian partners to lay the foundations for a new study into women's cancers that could help to diagnose, treat and prevent the disease.
Date:
14/09/2016

Sports coaches return to India ready to boost athletes' chances of success

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Coaches and sports scientists from India are ready to apply the lessons learned from a successful partnership with experts at the University of Birmingham to help prepare their athletes for future success.
Date:
08/09/2016

Youth mapping project instigates change in Delhi communities

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Children and young people in Delhi have helped to design an innovative smartphone app as part of a research project that is helping to change lives in their communities.
Date:
07/09/2016

Young people's mapping project instigates change in Delhi communities

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Children and young people in Delhi have helped to design an innovative smartphone app as part of a research project that is helping to change lives in their communities.
Date:
07/09/2016
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