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Crashing Computational Photography with Columbia's Shree Nayar

As a kid did you ever spend hours trying to pick apart technological objects lying around the house? Did you ever imagine it might be possible to build your own working camera? Well then meet Columbia University's Shree Nayar - at the forefront of the BigShot Camera project - and a master of computational photography.

Indian-origin academic, Anantha P Chandrakasan, named Dean of MITs School of Engineering

MIT, one of the world’s best schools, has named an Indian-origin academic as dean of its School of Engineering.

Book Review: The Game Believes in You

This book is sure to excite and inspire educators, parents, students, video game aficionados, as well as provoke some passionate debate.

International students are "very welcome" in Ireland

Ireland is opening its doors to international students. Earlier this year, a trade mission visited India with the very purpose of increasing awareness about the opportunities in Irish higher education. BrainGain Magazine spoke to delegates including the Minister of State - Mary Mitchell O'Connor, T.D.

Book Review: Grown Up Digital by Don Tapscott

In “Grown Up Digital: How the Net Generation is Changing Your World,” Don Tapscott shatters the negative stereotypes of the Net Generation, who currently range in age from 11 to 30.

Here's your chance to meet with top faculty from Arizona State University

Senior faculty and officials from ASU and its engineering school will visit several Indian cities to provide information and answer questions. Find out how to register for a free session near you!

Why Georgia Tech caught President Obama's eye

Georgia Tech, one of the first U.S. universities to offer an online master's degree in computer science, could be a model for making college cheaper.

Udacity's new flying cars and aerial robotics nanodegree program

Course instructors for the program include Google self-driving car pioneer Sebastian Thrun, who has a piloted drone startup called Kitty Hawk.

Why Artificial Intelligence Graduates Are in Red Hot Demand

Silicon Valley tech giants are trying to hire students who specialize in artificial intelligence from universities even before they graduate

Calling all high-school students! Apply now for Arizona State University's robotics and tech summer program

This is your opportunity to prepare yourself for the future - by learning about cutting-edge disciplines such as AI and Robotics from experts at ASU.

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