Manipulating bounciness of water droplets to reduce pesticide runoff.
On World Soil Day, we ask why seemingly simple problems like soil health are so tough to solve.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets with Tata Center researchers at Startup Konnect, applauds efforts in agriculture, housing, and energy.
Leading agricultural scientists and educators come together to talk grand challenges for India’s farmers.
Close interaction with communities never fails to yield surprises, from unexpected insights to impromptu serenades.
An interdisciplinary team from MIT is taking on the challenge of making agriculture more sustainable and profitable in India.
Go inside a project with the Tata Center Agriculture Team, which is developing solutions for Indian farmers
Tata Center team invents the first solar-powered water pump tailored to the irrigation needs of millions of small-acreage farmers in the Ganges River basin.
India has become a business giant, and the upper echelons of its economic pyramid are among the most successful in the world. But how can we ensure that this prosperity also reaches other strata of society?
Tata Fellows, Faculty, and Staff are currently spread across India doing field research related to their projects. From classrooms to villages, here’s a sampling of photos from the first two weeks of IAP.