The Asian Scientist 100
N. R. Narayana Murthy
Murthy, co-founder of global software consulting company Infosys, was awarded the 2017 Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Global Innovation. Under his leadership, Infosys laid the foundation for India’s success in IT services outsourcing. In addition to being appointed a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire in 2007, Murthy received the Padma Vibhushan and was made an officer in the French Legion of Honor in 2008.
- 2017 Thomas Jefferson Foundation Medal in Global Innovation
2019 Edition Of Asian Scientist 100 Announced
Each year, Asian Scientist Magazine highlights 100 outstanding thinkers and innovators from Asia who are pushing the envelope with their research.
Recognizing Scientific Excellence With The Asian Scientist 100
These early career scientists and veteran researchers of the Asian Scientist 100 are making waves in diverse sectors of academia and industry, shedding light on natural phenomena and developing new technologies for a better world.
The Art Of Negotiating In Asia
Being mindful of different cultural norms is essential for successful negotiations in Asia, says SMU’s Associate Professor Michael Benoliel.
South Asia Lacks Predictive Model For Aerosols
South Asia requires a more accurate model of aerosol behavior in the region for better predictions of the spread of disease and flight disruptions, scientists say.
ISRO Chairman: Indian Mars Mission At Last Stage Of Approval
ISRO chairman K. Radhakrishnan announced on Saturday that the much-awaited Indian Mars mission is at the last stage of the approval by the government.