Gdansk University to host biotech summer school
The Intercollegiate Faculty of Biotechnology, University of Gdansk will host its 10th Biotechnology Summer School on 11 – 18 July 2004 in Gdansk-Sobieszewo. PhD and master students will gather from different parts of Poland and from other countries in ScanBalt BioRegion as well. The main themes of the Summer School will be: Application of genomics and microarrays in molecular diagnostics of cancer, Biotech applications in agriculture and horticulture and Biotech industry in Poland. The expected number of participating students will be about 80. About 15 Professors from Poland and other European countries will present their lectures and seminars. “The Summer School has been a success for several years now and the activities further strengthened through The Centre of Biosafety Research and Molecular Biomedicine – the BioMoBil Centre of Excellence. We hope similar initiatives within specific biotech related themes will be promoted in other parts of ScanBalt to increase the exchange of ideas and encourage the mobility of students”, says Professor Ewa Lojkowska, head of the summer school and member of ScanBalt Project Educational Mobility.
Further information: Ewa Kiszka,
BioMobil is part of the Scanbalt metaregion.
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