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The Infosys Science Foundation celebrates the winners of the Infosys Prize 2015. In its seventh year, the Foundation recognizes and rewards transformative, groundbreaking work by young researchers from India in six categories- Physical Sciences, Life Sciences, Mathematical Sciences, Engineering and Computer Science, Social Sciences and Humanities. Their endeavors have impacted research in their respective fields.
Looking back as the Infosys Science Foundation completes five years of celebrating scientific research.Celebrating Scientific Research
The attendees at the Infosys Prize 2013 Presentation Ceremony speak about the Prize and the importance of research in India.
The Infosys Science Foundation continues and magnifies its endeavors in securing India's scientific future.Infosys Prize - Celebrating a New Breed of Heroes
A vox populi of the attendees at the Infosys Prize Presentation Ceremony 2012, their views on the Infosys Prize and its importance.
A short film that captures the spirit and vision of the Infosys Science FoundationInfosys Prize - Philosophy
N. R. Narayana Murthy, President of the Board of Trustees (2009), Infosys Science Foundation, talks about the philosophy behind instituting the Infosys Prize.
Prof. Shrinivas Kulkarni, John D. & Catherine T. McArthur Professor of Astronomy & Planetary Science at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and Jury Chair for the Infosys Prize in Physical Sciences talks about the motivational power of prizesInfosys Prize Lecture Series
The laureates of the Infosys Prize encourage others to follow their lead and pursue their passion in research and scientific study.
Infosys Science Foundation
Infosys Prize Award Ceremonies
- Prize 2015 - Delhi
- Prize 2014 - Kolkata
- Prize 2013 - Bangalore
- Prize 2012 - Delhi
- Prize 2011 - Bangalore
- Prize 2010 - Mumbai
- Prize 2009 - Delhi
Infosys Prize winners announcement
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- Make Science in India – Panel discussion with NDTV
- What's stopping more Indians from choosing careers in science and research?
- Does India respect science?- Panel discussion with NDTV
- Resurrection of Indian Research - Panel discussion with Mint
- Securing India's Scientific Future - Panel discussion with BusinessToday