Ten scientists from Swiss universities—part of this year's Academia Industry Training (AIT) Programme—will be spending one week in Bengaluru to discover the Indian market and seek collaborations with a view to solving global challenges at scale in the spaces of sustainability, deeptech and medtech. This includes technologies in low-cost electrolysers for green hydrogen manufacturing; heat exchange systems for efficient heating and cooling for built environments; robots for inspections/rescue operation and manufacturing; and sepsis detection in neonates. The cohort, which has been chosen via a competitive process and is among the best in Switzerland, will also be pitching alongside Indian innovators at the Bengaluru Tech Summit. Read about them below and meet them at the BTS on November 30 at 2 p.m.
Europe-based composer, performer and sound artist Nikki Buzzi will be performing a piece depicting how being part of a particular culture can influence the way we hear things in our environment, and how listening can be used as a tool to transform the future for the better.
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