Issue 75

Dear Mr Naresh Sagar, Orange
Welcome to the November Edition of the UK Science and Innovation Network in India’s Newsletter.

Top Story

 UK India Science and Innovation Council 2014 delivered and Newton Bhabha Fund formally launched!

The UK’s Minister for Universities, Science and Cities, Greg Clark was in Delhi earlier in November for two and a half days to take stock of UK India collaborations in all three areas in his portfolio – Education, Science and Cities! He landed in Delhi with a delegation of 30 distinguished dignitaries from the arena of education, science and innovation. He also formally launched the new Newton Bhabha Fund, together with Dr Harsh Vardhan (India’s Minister for Science and Technology), to support collaboration between the UK and India in research and innovation. Read more…

Funding Opportunities  fund

Want to keep up to date with all the opportunities funded through the UK’s Newton Fund?Follow this page on gov.uk!
Newton Bhabha PhD Placements Programme |Closing date: 15th January 2015 (read Leena’s blog to know more about the programme)
India-UK Collaborative Industrial R&D Programme |Closing date: 15th April 2015
Liverpool India Fellowships |Closing date: 18th December 2014

For a full list of funding opportunities, please check out our monthly summary

Upcoming events events

Refrigerated Vehicles Manufacture Workshop | Date: 9th December | Venue: Pune | See our webinar recording for more details

 

For a full list of upcoming events, please visit here.

Spotlight on… How we can help you  spotlight

When we meet researchers, we’re often asked how we can help them. There are a number of ways we can support researchers with collaboration, from making introductions to other leading scientists, convening workshops to discuss working together, or pointing people towards funding as we try to do every month in this newsletter. One team of researchers we’ve been  supporting over a number of years recently won a major grant from the Wellcome Trust. We asked Dr Mark Thompson, from the University of Oxford, to tell us about their plans for the grant. It’s a great example of how we can help researchers to work together!

Reports reports

Each month, we want to help you understand research and innovation in the UK and India better. Where could you visit, what has happened, what’s been published?

Visits and profiles

Planning a visit to India soon? Check out our top tips for a successful trip. Or check out our map of Indian Science & Innovation to plan your itinerary. We’ve also produced a map of the UK if you’re heading in the other direction!

Recent Events

Recent Publications

News from the web news
This month, we’re delighted to welcome Karanpreet Kaur to our team in Delhi, and Supri Rajiv to our Bangalore team. Do say hello if you see them at our events and they’re looking forward to working with you. Thanks for reading! Best wishes,

Mark, Swati, Rita, KaranpreetTom, Sunil, SupriSheryl and Vijay

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