Recently a new graduate school has opened in Europe called the European School of DNA Technology (EScoDNA). Different schools across Europe will have their respective first students represented for a total of 14 first year students into the exciting program.
My thoughts on this is that it gives a well-funded and structured approach to a very complex subject area. With guided focus and efforts I’m sure this new school will do very well and turn out excellent examples of a unified learning environment for Europe as well as perhaps establish a new model for other graduate schools.
At SkySpring Nanomaterials we hope the best for the European School of NDA Technology.