.....posts from 'Research'
In order to help people with cardiac conditions avail of real-time, ECG-monitoring without hospitalization, Amrita WNA has designed a prototype for a low-cost, low-power, wearable ECG-monitoring device called Amrita Spandanam. Amrita Spandanam will allow postoperative cardiac patients as well as people with cardiac conditions to avoid hospitalization for the sake of continuous vital-parameter monitoring. Amrita […]
How can anyone live in fear? Most women are victimized for no fault of their own unable to travel and perform mundane activities. In discussions with Amrita University’s Centre for Cyber Security, Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi (Amma), stressed the need for developing technology to protect and make Indian women feel more safe. According to Dr. […]
27 Sep 2012, Amritapuri – Amma’s 59th Birthday celebrations During the 59th birthday celebrations of Amma, along with the many charitable projects, a number of new research-oriented projects of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham were inaugurated. Wireless Landslide detection Wireless technologies to alert people living in landslide at-risk areas by sending a sms when the possibility of landslides […]
(28 Feb '12)
the level of respect society shows for scientists should increase. When science is respected the motivation to serve and find cures for cancer and other diseases will automatically arise within, while the desire to make quick money will decrease.
Coimbatore Amrita Virtual Interactive e-Learning World (A-View), the e-learning platform, of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, will be used to connect all universities and colleges of the country free of cost. The platform will be used for education dissemination, particularly in the distance education mode. It will focus on the courses being offered under the aegis of […]
Higher education & research at Amrita University 7 December 2005 — Delhi Today, 15 leading U.S. Universities—including Harvard, Yale and Princeton—joined the triumvirate of Amrita University, the Indian Space Research Organization and the Department of Science & Technology of the Government of India in a project to enhance higher education and research in India. Representatives […]
(21 May '05)
21 May 2005 — Amritapuri University, Amritapuri Campus The first TIFAC-CORE in Biomedical Technology, Amrita TIFAC-CORE, was inaugurated at the Amritapuri Campus of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham on Saturday by the secretary of India’s Department of Science & Technology, Professor V. Ramamurthy. Dean of Amrita University Mr. Nambootiri, Professor V. Ramamurthy of Department of Science & […]