Professor D Balasubramanian

India made friends with science since the day it became free (when it was financially a ‘basket case’), and today we are among the top five economic powers in the globe. This became possible due to our friendship with science and technology. Seventy years later, it is time for not just the governments, but private individuals and Foundations in India too, to make friends with science and start offering research grants. It is against this backdrop that the SreePV Foundation of Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, has initiated a small initiative in supporting research in biological sciences.

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India is rapidly transforming into a dynamic hub of intellectual innovation and discovery. To support the science and technology ecosystem in the country, the Sree Padmavathi Venkateswara Foundation has created peer- reviewed funding programs that recognize exceptional researchers with the potential to achieve ground-breaking results in areas of critical national
importance. Our foundation provides these researchers with generous funding and empowering mentorship to generate knowledge and develop sustainable solutions of the highest quality, particularly in the fields of biomedical and agricultural research. We also work on projects to deploy advanced knowledge and improve the income of small and marginal farmers. We believe that by working together, we can create sustainable solutions that will benefit not only India but also the world.

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