Towards A Truly Connected World With 5G Technology...

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The existing mobile network technology (2G, 3G and 4G) is unable to accommodate an ever-increasing mobile phone subscriber base putting pressure on limited data. Add to this: Over-stressed and clogged mobile networks. We met up with Shaik Zakir Hussain, MS

Graduating Batch of 2018: The World Is Their Oyste...

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The graduating batch of 2018 BTech students is gearing up for their convocation this weekend. And all of them are doing the happy dance. While some of them have decided to further their interests towards higher education in research, the

Salghuna Nair – first Indian to attend DART ...

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When everyone else was either out on vacation or cribbing about the rising mercury levels, this soft-spoken and unassuming senior research fellow from the Lab of Spatial Informatics has been winning accolades and creating waves at every international conference and

For He’s a Jolly Good Logical Winner

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While we are guilty of using the term ‘logic’ rather flippantly in conversation, often synonymously with ‘common sense’, it must be known that it is a rather serious, fundamental field of research. And there are researchers deep in the pursuit

Enna Sachdeva selected for Aspiring Woman Entrepre...

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3rd Year, MS by Research student, Enna Sachdeva is back from a 2-day weekend workshop at the Nexus Startup Hub at the American Center in New Delhi. She was part of a 16-member strong contingent of Aspiring Women Entrepreneurs (AWE)

Of Hindi Tales: From Texas to Telangana

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When 23-year-old Kelsey Ball came to Hyderabad as a Teaching Assistant last Summer, she knew it wasn’t going to be her last time. The Teaching Assistantship was part of a study abroad programme that brought students from the University of