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Hall of Fame

BrainGain Magazine showcases the higher education journeys of well-known figures

Maryam Mirzakhani, the genius in the Mathematics jungle

Educated in Iran and the US, this Stanford University professor blazed a trail for women in Mathematics.

Adam Smith - the philosopher who invented Economics

Adam Smith studied at both Glasgow and Oxford, loved one and despised the other. Here we look at the father of classical Economics in his student days.

A Preview of the Mahatma: Mohandas at the Inns of Court

The Gandhi who went to study Law in London was a boy who aspired to be a gentleman. He wore flannel with white collars and sleeves, took dancing lessons, and dined at clubs. He was also a dedicated son, staying true to his vow of vegetarianism and chastity. Did he show any signs of the Mahatma he would one day become?

Helen Keller: 'Some day I shall go to college - but I shall go to Harvard!'

Keller, who became deaf and blind in infancy, not only learned several languages, but also listened to music, wrote poetry, and championed several causes. And yes, she went to Harvard.

Ambedkar Abroad: A Tale of Opportunity, Brilliance and Grit

B.R. Ambedkar was given a rare opportunity which most Indian students depend on, even today a scholarship to study abroad. He went on to make the most of it, excelling at the best universities in the US and the UK. Here is a brief account of his student life and how it made him the man he became.

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