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Neuro-cognitive science researchers at IIITH to conduct a first-of-its-kind workshop on ‘Teaching The Learning Brain’ - targeted at teachers interacting with students from grade 1 to grade 8. Here’s what it’s about. They say it takes a genius to know

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Painter. Teacher. Researcher. In that order. Meet Sunil Lohar, faculty in charge of Painting at the Centre for Exact Humanities, IIITH. Back home from a fully sponsored 6-week artist residency programme at Bordeaux, France as part of a unique cultural

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Researchers from IIITH analyse Ahmedabad traffic e-challans data and discover interesting patterns in motorists’ behaviour both in terms of repeat offenses as well as fine payment.  - Traffic offenders with more number of e-challans are less likely to pay fines

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Every year, the Heidelberg Laureate Forum (HLF) brings together top visionaries of Mathematics and Computer Science and winners of the Abel Prize, Fields Medal, Nevanlinna Prize, Turing Award and ACM Computing Prize for a week-long discussion with young researchers on the

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Ethnographic study by IIITH researchers provides new insights about the ride-sharing workforce in the Indian gig economy that is fundamentally different from that of the West.  Driving for Uber is viewed as a permanent, full-time livelihood option in India.  Religious

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IIITH researchers create first-ever Indian Brain Atlas demonstrating significant differences in size and structure of the average Indian brain vis-a-vis Caucasian as well as other Eastern brains. Future work in this direction is aimed at creating atlases for different age-groups