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U.S. Bose SCHolar Kayla Huemer engineered pressure sensors into specialized shoes to prevent diabetes patients from developing open sores on their feet

U.S. Bose Scholars

In order to build long-term R&D linkages and collaborations across scientific disciplines, cultures and geographical boundaries, the Science & Engineering Board (SERB), Department of Science and Technology (DST), Govt. of India, the Indo-U.S. Science and Technology Forum (IUSSTF) and WINStep Forward have partnered to support a dynamic and transformative student exchange program between premier institutions in India and the United States. The U.S. Bose Program provides opportunities to United States students to undertake research at Indian based universities in the Summer 2018 for a period of 10-12 weeks.

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2018 Scholar Annoucements

Congratulations to all of our 2018 Khorana Scholars: Abhinanda Kar from University of Hyderabad Telangana Abhishek Deshmukh from Sinhgad Institute Savitribai Phule Pune University Abhishek P from Amity University, Noida Adarsha D P from University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore Aditya Ananthanarayanan Iyer from Indian Institute of Science Bangalore Aimen Akbar from Abdur Rahman University, Chennai,

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2018 Khorana Bose Orientation

Hello Everyone, WINStep has some exciting news – tomorrow at our 2018 Khorana Bose Orientation, we are going to stream it via Facebook Live! This will be starting 10:00am CDT, so if you are interested, be online at that time and check into what we will be doing at the University of Chicago! Review the

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Scholars Get Published

WINStep is excited to announce two former Khorana Bose Scholars have received recognition for the work done during their Khorana/ Bose internships in U.S. labs. Santhoshini Velusamy interned with Professor Guruswami‘s at Carnegie Mellon University, Her work contributed to the article, “Streaming Complexity of Approximating Max 2CSP and Max Acyclic Subgraph”, which has been accepted

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