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.
Tata Fellow Maher Damak and Infinite Cooling team pitch their clean energy technology that could reduce power plant water consumption and water costs.
Tata Fellow Natasha Wright and Tata faculty Amos Winter's research in India is featured in the award-winning documentary.
Tata Fellow shows how one of the world’s fastest-growing economies can expand its energy consumption while limiting emissions.
Tata Center faculty Amos Winter embraces the dark side of the force in Star Wars-themed undergraduate robotics competition.
One of the original Tata Fellows shares some of her favorite memories, travel advice, and what’s in store for her future.
Graduate Science category swept by Tata Fellows at annual Mechanical Engineering competition.
India-based expert to discuss social entreprenuership and creating sustainable social ventures at MIT.
Tata Fellows are awarded in national competition for their technological innovations in the developing world.
On April 19th, science journalist will discuss "eco swaraj," India's vision for a sustainable future.
MIT and other institutions to serve as foundation of a new innovation structure.
Providing affordable, accessible, and quality primary health care services to the rural population of India.
Tata Center postdoc Michael Bono will present the results of his fieldwork with communities in India.
MIT mechanical engineering professor discusses how to launch a business.
Accomplished scientist and MIT alumna returns to fill a new role at the Tata Center.
First-year Tata Fellow is half a world away from his comfort zone—and that’s exactly how he likes it.
Tata Center researchers developing product that warns consumers of dangerous lead levels in their water.
On December 21st, Tata Center director Rob Stoner talks about opportunities for small-scale technologies to have a big impact.
Tata Fellow beats out actor Leonardo DiCaprio, among others, for the award.
"There is a lot we need to achieve towards improving the quality of primary care and this momentum will propel us in the next steps of our journey."