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Influential clean cold chain workshop in Delhi builds on Birmingham base

Influential clean cold chain workshop in Delhi builds on Birmingham base
Description
A roundtable in Delhi on how to deploy clean cold chains to help India's farming and food sectors without creating unintended environmental consequences will make a major contribution to refining plans for sustainable cooling.
Date:
05/12/2017

Indian policy influencers work with Birmingham on clean cooling plan

Indian policy influencers work with Birmingham on clean cooling plan
Description
Influential policymakers from India worked with University of Birmingham and other UK academic and industry experts to develop a working blueprint that could help the country's agriculture and food sectors tackle the challenge posed by ever-increasing global demands for cooling.
Date:
28/11/2017

University of Birmingham welcomes Diwali fun in city centre

University of Birmingham welcomes Diwali fun in city centre
Description
The University of Birmingham has congratulated West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) on leading celebrations to mark Diwali in the city, as India continues to commemorate its 70th anniversary of independence.
Date:
16/10/2017

University of Birmingham welcomes Indian music superstar

University of Birmingham welcomes Indian music superstar
Description
Indian music superstar Hans Raj Hans visited the University of Birmingham and found out more about University life when he met students from India.
Date:
28/09/2017

Indian sports coaches return to Birmingham and meet Consul General

Indian sports coaches return to Birmingham and meet Consul General
Description
Indian' sports coaches met the Consul General of India when they returned to the University of Birmingham to learn more about how latest research and training techniques can help to boost athletes' performance.
Date:
25/08/2017
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