Welcome to WINStep Forward
Young Investigators Meeting, October 21-23, 2016, Chicago
Join the scientific milieu of U.S. and Indian graduate students, post-docs, researchers, policy makers, and academics and participate in discussions regarding the most effective ways to establish science based partnerships and associations between India and the United States. For more information and registration, click here .
WINStep Forward aims to inspire upcoming generations of researchers to tackle societal problems by reinforcing their scientific skill set to function on a more globally informed scale. This can only be achieved by equipping the next generation of researchers with a breadth of scientific knowledge derived from a more global scientific mindset that maintains an urgent focus on the betterment of humanity.
WINStep Forward has partnered with the Government of India scientific agencies and with top tier schools across India and the U.S. to achieve the following aims:
- Educate American and Indian students with scientific research experience in upper tier Indian and U.S. Institutions and inspire students to endeavor in careers of science and technology research driven fields
- Engage in rural development and food security programs via scientific and technological developments in the agricultural sciences.
- Facilitate mutually beneficial scientific research and scientific education based public private partnerships between the U.S. and India.
Read more about the programs.
Find out about the Khorana / S.N. Bose Programs May 2015 Orientation
The Khorana program connects students in the biological sciences with renowned academic labs across the U.S. and India. Students learn science in a new environment, create long-lasting friendships, and pave the way for future scientific collaborations.
The Indian physicist Satyendra Nath Bose helped to describe the boson, an elementary particle descibed as the glue that holds matter intact. The Bose scholars program was named in his honor, and accepts applicants from a variety of scientific fields, from earth and chemical sciences to engineering and information technology.