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October 21st, 2009

Two Indians win prestigious research grant for their project in New Zealand

Abstract:
Two India-born academics have won a prestigious research grant in New Zealand to help design public policy on the use of new and emerging technologies such as transgenics, cloning, and nanotechnology.

Dr Priya Kurian and Dr Debashish Munshi of the University of Waikato in Hamilton were recently awarded a $560,000 Marsden research grant by the Royal Society of New Zealand for their path-breaking project on "sustainable citizenship".

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