IIT-B, Monash University mulls MoU for research academy

February 2008
Chemical Business;Feb2008, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p67
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The article reports on the plan of the Indian Institute of Technology to launch the IIT-B Monash Research Academy in Bombay, India, in 2008. The academy will be formed in collaboration with the Monash University in Victoria. It will conduct research on energy and technology, water, automotive energy, space engineering, three-dimensional seismic exploration for mineral deposits, oil deposits, environment engineering and more.


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