Food crops need phosphorus to grow, and farmers are using more and more phosphorus-based fertilizer as they increase crops to feed a growing world population.
Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton and Pratim Biswas, PhD, give talks during international energy conference in Mumbai, India.
James Wertsch, Shen Dingli and Swaran Singh say the substantial carbon emission targets announced by the world’s major economies are raising hope for a comprehensive climate change agreement in Paris.
Researchers discovered that using nanoparticles led tomato plants to better absorb light and minerals and exhibit higher antioxidant properties.
International executives begin joint degree program with Washington University, IIT Bombay.
Social norms dictate in many of these cultures that it’s the woman’s responsibility to provide for all the cooking needs.
“Our findings go beyond medical and public health and link mental health to international development,” Trani wrote.
The Indian transportation fuel infrastructure is undergoing massive transformation due to increased consumer demand and a growing population.
When Chinnaswamy learned of the need for electricity for the building of an Indian orphanage, she felt compelled to do something.
The workshop will bring together synthetic biology communities in India and the U.S. to find scientific problems of social relevance, highlight educational goals, and identify collaboration opportunities.