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Punjab signs MoU with IMTECH 

The CSIR-Institute of Microbial Technology (IMTECH) on Friday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Punjab Government’s Department of Science, Technology and Environment to jointly address the issues pertaining to public health and environment under Mission Tandrust Punjab 2.0 besides working together for making the state Research and Innovation Hub under Mission Innovate Punjab. Read more......

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 Nobel Prize Series India 2019 begin 

The new travelling exhibition ‘For the greatest benefit to humankind’ was inaugurated today, 11 September 2019 in Mohali, India. The world premiere is part of the Nobel Prize Series India 2019, a three-dayprogrammethat will also take place in Ludhiana and Delhi, highlighting issues related to education and learning. Nobel Laureates will give lectures and take part in roundtable discussions together with experts, teachers and students. Read more.....

 ‘Innovation And Technology Summit’ To Be Held On November 5 Under ‘Mission Innovate Punjab’ 

With a view to giving further push to its ‘Mission Innovate Punjab’, the State Government has decided to organise an ‘Innovation and Technology Summit-2019’ on  November 5 with an objective to promote Punjab as the Global destination for Innovations & Research.Disclosing this here today, Principal Secretary Science  Technology and Environment Rakesh Verma said that the Department would hold this summit in collaboration with Punjab Chambers of Commerce and Industries. He  said that under ‘Mission Innovate Punjab’ the State was drawing up an ambitious roadmap for developing a robust ecosystem for research & innovation to enhance  competitiveness, boost economic growth and create employment. Read more......

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 An exhibition, ‘For the greatest benefit to humankind’, was inaugurated at National Agri-Food Biotechnology Institute (NABI) in Mohali today. 

The exhibition highlights how Nobel Laureates have made the world a better place – showcasing discoveries and achievements that have saved lives, fed humanity, connected people and protect the planet. It was a part of the Nobel Prize Series India-2019, a three-day programme that will travel to Ludhiana and Delhi, highlighting issues related to education and learning.  The exhibition in Mohali is open to public from September 12 to October 11 from 9 am to 5 pm. Read more.......

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 Punjab hosts Nobel Prize Series 2019 

This is the third such series in India and the first in Punjab. It is the result of a collaboration between Nobel Media AB and the ministry of science and technology based upon an MoU signed by the government in 2016. PUNJAB IS hosting the Nobel Prize Series 2019, which started Wednesday, at Mohali and Ludhiana. This year’s theme is ‘teaching and learning’.  Read More.....

 Punjab signs MoU with PHFI for collaborative programmes 

The Punjab Government on Saturday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) to undertake collaborative programmes in the areas of environmental health, road and food safety besides nutrition and preventive health among others. Read more...... 

 Punjab, IIT-Ropar join hands for research, Innovation 

The Punjab government on Tuesday inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Ropar, to promote research and innovation in the state. The MoU was signed on the IIT’s campus by Punjab principal secretary (science, technology and environment) R K Verma and IIT director Sarit K Das. The MoU’s objective is to take up collaborative programmes for research and innovation to enhance competitiveness, boost economic growth and create quality jobs in the state. The areas for collaboration include clean air, water and soil, waste management, food safety, road safety, Khedo Punjab, nutrition and preventive health identified under ‘Mission Innovate’ and ‘Mission Tandarust Punjab’. Read more ....

 Set Your Brain Waves Aglow With Nobel Laureates; Mark Your Diaries Sept 11-12 

Curiosity-driven students, research scholars, teachers and innovators from the Northern states, here comes once-in-a-lifetime-opportunity to set your scientific tube lights aglow and strengthen your resolve to find practical solutions to present and future problems and issues facing society. For the first time ever the Nobel Prize Series-India is coming to Mohali (September 11) and Ludhiana (September 12) with panel discussions, key note speeches and Q&A sessions in the company of Nobel Laureates and other eminent scientists and educators. A third leg of the series will also be held in New Delhi on September 13. Read More.......


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