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Q&A on 21st Century Skills – Ashok Trivedi

October 22, 2018 |
Founder and Chairman of iGate, Mr. Ashok Trivedi, spoke with BrainGain Magazine at One Globe Conference. As the founder of an organization spread across nations, Mr. Trivedi had valuable insight on what the global employers are looking for. He also spoke about the importance of human networks, and shared his thoughts on India's booming study abroad trend.

What it takes to study nanotechnology

October 22, 2018 |
Professor Ted Sargent is Vice President – International, at the University of Toronto, Canada, and a professor in the university's Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering. In an exclusive interview with BrainGain Magazine on Monday, March 27, 2017, he spoke about how he became interested in nanotechnology, how nano devices are created, and why engineering students should think like both engineers and entrepreneurs. Prof. Sargent also spoke about the role that students play in cutting-edge research, the value of a PhD in today's job market, and the academic, geographic and financial benefits of studying at the University of Toronto.

Interview with Silicon Valley marketing pioneer Satjiv Chahil

October 22, 2018 |
Silicon Valley consultant Satjiv Chahil started out with a B.Com degree from Punjab University, Chandigarh, in 1971. He got an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, now part of Arizona State University. In his career of over 30 years, he has worked with companies such as Apple, HP, IBM, Palm, and Xerox, driving initiatives at the cutting edge of entertainment technology. On November 24, 2016, he chatted with BrainGain Magazine about his studies and work, and shared some advice for young people interested in studying abroad.

6 questions with materials science researcher Sudip Ray

Acquiring entrepreneurship skills at an early stage can enhance students’ prospects, says the University of Auckland scientist, who holds a patent and has worked with innovative companies such as Dupont and GE

How 2 Indian students in Canada are helping disabled children walk like 'Iron Man'

The students, with backgrounds in engineering and management, built a robotic exoskeleton to help a young relative escape life in a wheelchair. Their project is now a full-time business

Apply now to attend the Master Learners Academy at Arizona State University

Arizona State University's Master Learners Academy is a unique opportunity for high school students to learn the art of innovation and the science of robotics in two thrilling weeks. Find out more below.

The Truth About the Edu-Tech Integration – Q&A with Dr. Vinnie Jauhari

October 22, 2018 |
What is the role that faculties, pedagogies and the internet can play in the interaction of two of the world’s fastest growing sectors? Braingain magazine met with Dr. Vinnie Jauhari, Director of Education Advocacy at Microsoft, to discuss the fluid interface of technology and education.

Chandrika and Ranjan Tandon gift $100 Million to NYU Polytechnic

The engineering and tech school rooted in a 161-year-old tradition of innovation will be renamed the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. It's the largest philanthropic gift by a member of the Indian-American community.

6 ominous classics everyone should read

Fiction about the dark side of human nature and technology has important lessons for us, whether we’re studying to be writers, engineers, doctors, social scientists, or anything else

How mobile technology can help us teach or study mathematics

When students can easily compare mathematical models or situations, it enhances their critical and mathematical thinking, and might also lead to greater cognitive risk-taking

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