According to an American Senator, a US institution in Ohio has obtained a grant of USD 78,000 to establish a virtual platform for research and development of collaborative India-US initiatives. The National Science Foundation (NSF) will support the initiative, which will be created by Case Western Reserve University.
According to a press release, once completed, it will promote partnerships in cutting-edge sectors, assisting in the acceleration of research and innovation, the advancement of science’s frontiers, and the strengthening of interaction between the world’s two greatest democracies. “Science and technology research is vital for employment creation and economic growth.
We unleash more American innovation when everyone is able to participate and we nurture all Ohio talent,” Senator Sherrod Brown said. Brown has cosponsored the Supporting Early Career Researchers Act to establish a two-year pilot programme at the NSF to award grants to highly qualified, early career investigators at independent and higher education research institutions. This will help prevent research talent loss due to job market disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the media release said.
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