www.timesofindia.com | February 11, 2021
Pune: FLAME University and Gateway House, a foreign policy think tank, will conduct research in politics, history, economics, healthcare to help decision-making for policy makers.
FLAME University students will intern at the lab and the university’s faculty will work with Gateway House scholars on a risk analysis to international security, energy, international law, space, science and emerging technologies.
The lab will produce original, applied, pure and multidisciplinary research and intellectual property that will result in joint peer-publishable research, a statement from the university said.
Vice-chancellor of FLAME University, Dishan Kamdar, said, “A multi-disciplinary approach is core to the research agenda in our university as we encourage our faculty and students to conduct research across diverse areas such as politics, history, economics, healthcare and others which are important.’’
Executive director and co-founder of Gateway House, Manjeet Kripalani, said, “The study of international affairs is gaining importance as the country is a critical player from business and trade to strategic positioning. We will bring our decade-long experience to the lab.”