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Arms, armor, and weapons

By Meghan Smith, Communications and Outreach Coordinator, SAI Sometimes, to shatter the glass ceiling, you need a weapon. Rachel Parikh has plenty at her fingertips – and she wants to use them to break more than a few glass ceilings. As the Calderwood Curatorial Fellow in South Asian Art at Harvard Art Museums, she focuses her work on manuscripts, arms,…

Mar. 20 – 31: Visiting Artists at Harvard

SAI is pleased to announce our Visiting Artists for the Spring semester, who will be at Harvard from March 20 – 31. During their time at Harvard, the artists will display their work on campus, meet with students, attend courses, and give a public seminar. Check back on our site for details about the seminars. Madhu Das is a multi-disciplinary Visual…

SAI responds to Executive Order

We offer our full support to Harvard students, faculty, staff and affiliates, regardless of their country of origin or religious background, alongside the Harvard International Office and the university’s Global Support Services.

Q+A: Shashank Shah, Livelihood Creation Project Director

For the past 18 months, Shashank Shah has been the Project Director for the SAI-Tata Trusts project on Livelihood Creation, which has just concluded. SAI spoke to Shah about the project and lessons learned. SAI: Why did this project focus on the theme of livelihood creation? And how were the three tracks chosen? Shashank Shah: Livelihood is a very big…

Meet our B4 Fellows

As part of SAI's Boston Bangalore Biosciences Beginnings (B4) Program, five postdoctoral fellows from India will spend a year working at a variety of science labs across Harvard. The fellows have range of specialties, from plant physiology, computational biology, evolutionary cell biology, to molecular genetics.

A new way to detect fake medicines

Fake, substandard, and otherwise compromised medicines are a deadly problem in South Asia and globally. Dr. Muhammad Zaman, visiting faculty at SAI, is working to develop a low-cost, portable and fast way to measure a drug's purity.


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