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BNERC: Collaborative research, educational and academia-industry programmes with Indian institutions and companies

Collaboration between BNERC/IdNS and the Embassy of India, Tokyo

 

The Bio-Nano Electronics Research Centre (BNERC) and the Graduate School of Interdisciplinary New Science (IdNS), Toyo University, have developed advanced research and educational programmes in collaboration with Indian universities. The above activities have been smoothly carried out thanks to both moral and practical support from the Embassy of India, Tokyo.

The Director of BNERC met the Indian Ambassador to Japan and the Counsellor of Science and Technology on 1st April 2015 to discuss future plans of research, educational and academia-industry programmes in collaboration with Indian universities and industries.

Smt. Deepa Gopalan WadhwaDr. Charadam Sivaji

Smt. Deepa Gopalan Wadhwa
Ambassador of India to Japan

Dr. Charadam Sivaji
Counsellor of Science and Technology

    

The academic achievements are summarised below;

  1.  Agreement on research and educational collaboration with the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (August 2012)

  2.  Agreement on research and educational collaboration with the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (December 2011)

  3.  International Symposium on Bioscience and Nanotechnology held at BNERC (December 2011)

  4.  International Symposium on Advanced Science and Technology for the 60th Anniversary Celebrations of Japan-India Diplomatic Relations, co-organised by Toyo University and the Embassy of India (December 2012)

  5.  Academic branch office opened at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (January 2013)

  6.  Agreement on research and educational collaboration with the Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology (April 2015)

  7.  BNERC started collaborative research on the “Development of 3D printers for the fabrication of biocompatible nano materials” (May 2015)

  8.  21 Indian graduate students have studied at IdNS and 16 of them have received their PhD since 2007.

  9.  3 doctoral students and 2 post-doctoral researchers have carried out collaborative research at BNERC since 2013. One collaborative paper was selected as the best paper at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi in 2014. Click here for their interviews.