Cambridge and India have well over 100 collaborations and partnerships, many forged over decades, others more recently.

South Asian studies in the age of globalisation

17 March 2011

The Centre of South Asian Studies fosters a vibrant University-wide research community whose interests span the societies of India, Pakistan,...

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Elephants crossing river

The Elephant Man

08 November 2010

The remarkable story of a daring World War II operation in which hundreds of people fleeing the Japanese advance through Burma were rescued by...

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Water clarity improvement after filtration

Safe water solutions

01 November 2010

Research across the University is helping to clean up water in regions around the world.

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Faculty of Education Building

Lessons from learning studies

01 November 2010

Two research programmes in the Faculty of Education are bringing new insight to the impact and implementation of education in developing countries...

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Interviewing a forest villager

Nature dialogues: whose ecosystem?

01 November 2010

Finding the right balance between global and local demands on the natural world could help reduce poverty.

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Tigers

Scientists plot key sites for tiger’s last stand

14 September 2010

Efforts to protect the wild tiger should be intensively focused on a few key sites if conservationists are to have any chance of saving it from...

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World Health Assembly - Panel on H1N1

New kids on the block

08 July 2010

The negotiating styles of the world’s biggest rising powers – China, India and Brazil – could offer important clues about any future challenge...

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 Professor Jaideep Prabhu

India and the global knowledge economy

01 January 2010

Jaideep Prabhu is the first Jawaharlal Nehru Professor of Indian Business and Enterprise, which was endowed by the Government of India, and is...

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blue light-emitting diode

Harnessing materials for energy

27 May 2009

Cambridge has received £1.4 million funding to progress innovative energy solutions.

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