Imperial College London announces scholarships for Indian students
The College Management has announced a scholarship of £ 400,000 for Indian students studying in the college. Out of this, 50% of the scholarship will be given to female students from India.
The Imperial College London in the United Kingdom has announced a new scholarship for Indian students studying in the college. The announcement coincided with the visit of Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) Science & Technology Jitendra Singh on Saturday.
The college management has announced scholarships of £ 400,000 for Indian students studying in the college. Out of this, 50% of the scholarships will be given to female students from India. Singh visited the college and interacted with the Indian students studying there.
The MS and Parkinson’s Tissue Bank at Imperial College London is the world’s first and largest collection of ‘central nervous system tissue samples donated by individuals with multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and related conditions’. This unique resource is helping to improve our understanding of these diseases, and is paving the way for new treatments.
The world’s largest brain bank is located in the United Kingdom and houses over 1,650 specimens at -80ºC. These brain samples are used in research projects by more than 100 different institutions worldwide.