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Khorana Scholars

The Khorana Program for Scholars was named in honor of Dr. Har Gobind Khorana, who won the Nobel Prize in 1968 for his work at the interface of Chemistry and Biology while a faculty member of UW Madison. The Khorana Program provides opportunities to Indian students to undertake research at U.S. based universities each summer for a period of 10-12 weeks.

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Nikhil Srivastava Summer Blog 2019

“Have patience. All things are difficult before they become easy.”  Saadi Shirazi The above lines perfectly define my journey through the Khorana Program this year. It may just be an internship of two months, but it has been a lifetime memory for so many new and first experiences. The first time I heard about the

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Day on the Lake!

Last week a few of the UW Madison Khorana and SN Bose scholars had the chance to go on a boat ride with Eric, WINStep Team Member and his wife. On one of the hottest days of the summer, they got to enjoy time spent on the lake! Since there are such a high number

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2019 Khorana Bose Luncheon: Madison, WI

On June 30th, 2019 SN Bose and Khorana scholars who are doing their research internship at the University of Wisconsin Madison come together with the founders of WINStep Forward, Aseem Ansari and Naveeda, as well as former scholars for a lunch at local Indian restaurant in Madison WI. This is a sweet time of community,

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