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Tata Fellows Take Grand Prize at 2018 Rice Business Plan Competition

The technology startup offers a more efficient way for power plants to stay cool and use less water.

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Tata Center Adds Eight New Projects to its 2018-2019 Portfolio

MIT PIs to receive funding and support for projects seeking impact in the developing world.

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Tata Fellow Aikaterini Mantzavinou’s Image Displayed at the Koch Institute Public Galleries

Ph.D. student Katerina Mantzavinou’s image will be on display for a year 

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Rohsenow Lecture: Can India’s future needs of electricity be met by renewable energy sources?

Former president of IIT Bombay will discuss India’s energy needs

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Maher Damak and Karim Khalil are in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 – Energy

Damak and Khalil among the class of creative disruptors in the energy field.

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Tata Talks: Radhika Khosla on energy, climate, and policy in India

Navigating India’s policy landscape

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Crowdsourced flood mapping platform is now live in Chennai, India

Harnessing the power of social media for emergency response and disaster management.

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Tata Talks: Anup Akkihal, Chief Executive of Logistimo

MIT alum returns to share his experiences of developing technology to generate positive externalities in rural emerging markets and tangibly impacting the condition of the world’s poorest citizens & fostering self-reliance.

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The Tata Center explores different models of entrepreneurship for social impact during its largest annual event of the year

Written by Alexi Taylor Ko and Angeliki Diane Rigos   About 540 million years ago, during the Cambrian period, the earth experienced a rapid transformation: oxygen levels increased, the ozone layer formed, and habitats diversified. These shifts enabled an explosive diversification of lifeforms.   At the third annual Tata Center Symposium, keynote speaker Nandan Nilekani,

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Infinite Cooling takes first place at the US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Cleantech University Prize competition

Tata Fellow Maher Damak and Infinite Cooling team pitch their clean energy technology that could reduce power plant water consumption and water costs.

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