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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Effective Cold Chains Help Productivity

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India is the world's largest producer of milk and the second largest producer of fruit and vegetables. Yet the country is home to more than 25% of the world's hungry poor. More than 40% of children under five are undernourished. What's going wrong? According to a leading British academic, it's the lack of a properly integrated cold chain.
Date:
22/07/2015

University Chancellor Named International Indian of the Year and Appointed President of UKCISA

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Lord Karan Bilimoria of Chelsea, the Chancellor of the University of Birmingham, has been awarded the title of International Indian of the Year by India Link International, a magazine for Indian diaspora published in the UK. The award comes in the same week that he has been announced as the new President of the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA).
Date:
14/07/2015

Mapping rivers and preserving livelihoods

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River scientists and marine geophysicists from the US and UK - and led by the University of Birmingham - have teamed up for a unique collaboration that could help protect the lives of thousands of people who live close to the banks of some of South Asia's biggest rivers.
Date:
07/05/2015

Mapping rivers and preserving livelihoods

Description
River scientists and marine geophysicists from the US and UK - and led by the University of Birmingham - have teamed up for a unique collaboration that could help protect the lives of thousands of people who live close to the banks of some of South Asia's biggest rivers.
Date:
07/05/2015

Mapping rivers and preserving livelihoods

Description
River scientists and marine geophysicists from the US and UK - and led by the University of Birmingham - have teamed up for a unique collaboration that could help protect the lives of thousands of people who live close to the banks of some of South Asia's biggest rivers.
Date:
06/05/2015
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