Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham at Global Online Laboratory Consortium

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham was invited to participate in the Global Online Laboratory Consortium, at MIT, Boston on February 7-8, 2011, which was focused on promoting the development and sharing of, and research into remotely accessible laboratories for educational use. Participants included faculty from leading universities in Australia, Germany, South Africa, Spain, Nigeria, Uganda and many U.S. cities.

Electrical analog of a Neuron

Can the biological equivalent of action potential reproduced through electrical circuits? Here, we address this question by generating the action potential on electrical hardware built with simple components which can be remotely triggered by the user.

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MIT Team Visits Amrita

"What an eye opening experience our visit to Amrita has been!” stated Dr. Judson Harward, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), who recently spent some time visiting our large campuses at Amritapuri, Coimbatore and Kochi.

Adaptive Learning for School Students

Prof. Prema Nedungadi, key architect of Amrita’s Adaptive Learning software, was invited to speak at the 17th National CBSE Sahodaya Conference in Bengaluru, that was attended by Principals of over 500 top schools from across the country.

A Victory for a Social Cause

What happens when a team of engineering students develops an innovative device for their final-year project?

The team works hard, gains some experience, makes a prototype, but then the work stops after the students graduate.

Switching to Organic Farming

Global warming is beginning to seriously affect farmers throughout India. Many have already suffered considerable harvest-time losses due to excessive rains, on the one hand, or extreme heat and dryness during the summer, on the other.