Pradip Nirbhavane has been selected for the prestigious University of Birmingham India Institute Fellowship.
University of Birmingham Pro-Vice-Chancellor (International) Professor Robin Mason joined hundreds of people celebrating the 71st anniversary of Indian independence at a special event in Birmingham.
The University of Birmingham's Chancellor Lord Karan Bilimoria and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (International) Professor Robin Mason have been named as two of the most influential figures in UK-India relations.
The University of Birmingham and the State Government of Haryana have signed an agreement to advance the use of 'clean cold' technology in India and help meet rising demand for cooling sustainably.
Today (18 April 2018) the University of Birmingham is bringing together more than 100 cooling and energy efficiency decision-makers and experts at the world's first congress on 'clean cold' to discuss the urgent topic of how to meet our global demand for cooling sustainably.
The Ministry of Climate Change and Environment (MOCCAE) hosted in its headquarters in Dubai Academic City a 'clean cool' workshop exploring ways of meeting the country's rapidly rising demand for air-conditioning with more sustainable cooling technologies.
Scientists, and clinicians from the UK, India and Africa as well as representatives from industry recently joined forces for a workshop held by the University of Birmingham India Institute into the causes and development of cancer among ethnic minority women.
Dr Andrew Davies, from the Edward Cadbury Centre, right, with guests in the University of Birmingham's Great Hall.
The University of Birmingham is bringing together more than 100 cooling and energy efficiency decision-makers and experts at the world's first congress on 'clean cold' to discuss the urgent topic of how to meet our global demand for cooling sustainably.
Dr Archana Sharma-Oates reports on the 'Ethnic Diversity in Cancer Genomics' workshop, funded by MRC Proximity to Discovery and facilitated by the UoB India Institute, that took place on 30 January 2018, bringing together scientists and clinicians from India, Africa and the UK.
Influential policymakers from India worked with University of Birmingham and other experts to develop a working blueprint that could help tackle the challenge posed by ever-increasing global demands for cooling.
'Clean Cold' chains are essential to the progression of India's farming industry, according to a new report.