Yearly Archives: 2018

New report says religious institutions can save India millions by deploying green energy methods

PRESS RELEASE: New report says religious institutions can save India millions by deploying green energy methods London, 19 November — A new report was launched at the House of Commons today that reviewed best practice amongst religious institutions in India and identified initiatives that had…

Higher Education Review
Is the UK becoming less attractive for students?

Immigration and “taking back control” were the two overarching themes of the Brexit vote in 2016 in Britain. The country voted to Leave the European Union, with the Remainers narrowly losing the referendum. Since then, immigration has cast a shadow over bilateral trade discussions between…

Rajav Poddar
Review of EIC2018 in Bangalore: AI will dramatically change employment and education markets

The Education Innovation Conference 2018 in Bangalore last month concluded that AI and the accelerating pace of technological innovation will change the way education is delivered and consumed in India in the coming decade. Speakers from around India, and as far afield as New Zealand…

TOI
Experts: Indian schools must adopt gamification to make learning fun

Gamified education is the future and Indian schools must pick it up at the earliest, opined educators and innovators participating in the Education Innovation Conference 2018 here on Tuesday. Gamification of learning is an educational approach to motivate students to study by using video-game, design…

UK-India Trade
The official bilateral UK-India Trade Review: An analysis

Earlier today, Unearthed released a copy of the official bilateral UK-India Trade Review, prepared for Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) on 11 January 2018. The document has been described as a key text for the new UK-India trade partnership announced in April at the…

UK-India Trade
Outlook for UK-India trade post Brexit positive, in spite of clouds

It wasn’t supposed to be like this. As Brexiteers celebrated a wholly unexpected result the morning after the Brexit vote, the country was supposed to free itself the shackles of the European Union and go forth and trade with the rest of the world like…

bioConclave 2018 review
bioConclave 2018 review

The annual bioConclave concluded on 26th June 2018 in Liverpool, part of the Heath and Life Sciences Day at the International Business Festival.  Thousands of delegates from across Britain and the world visited the Liverpool city region for the International Business Festival in June. The…

University Ranking
What drives global rankings for universities?

After acquiring a place in the top 200 universities of the world, IIT-Bombay has become India's best university, according to the latest edition of QS World University Rankings released on June 6, 2018. In total, 24 Indian universities are part of the QS ranking this…

clinical research
Putting the patient at the centre of clinical research

The increasing use of RWD – Real World Data – is being driven by legislators, regulators and pricing bodies across the world. They are increasingly requiring companies and health systems to demonstrate the true real-world value and impact of their treatments, pathways, devices, and medications…

conference photos
CLI2018 review: Tech is coming, but it’s not quite there yet

Technology brings disruption at an incredible rate. What wasn’t possible just a year or two ago, is now possible today. And yet, AI as a tool isn’t quite there yet for widespread adoption but will evolve over time to become increasingly more important. But legal…

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